Definition of preconfigure in English:

preconfigure

Line breaks: pre|con¦fig¦ure
Pronunciation: /ˌpriːkənˈfɪɡə/

verb

[with object] Computing
Configure in advance: an application preconfigured for the insurance industry
More example sentences
  • The savings are mainly down to lower support requirements and the fact that there is not need to preconfigure every PC.
  • The browser is preconfigured with lots of commercial links to Webster Publishing's mini-empire in Australia, which appears to be a great resource for anyone looking for information about Oz and New Zealand.
  • Most Web browsers are preconfigured to automatically accept cookies.

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