Definition of reboot
- … the annoyance of having to reboot the computer to switch operating systems …
- —Robert Weston
- If anything ever happens to the original drive, you can reboot using the cloned drive and be up and running in minutes.
- —Dan Frakes
- waiting for a computer/program to reboot
- It's probably not an overstatement to say Sandberg is embarking on the most ambitious mission to reboot feminism and reframe discussions of gender since the launch of Ms. magazine in 1971.
- —Belinda Luscombe
- reboot an old TV series
- The interior designer's heart was telling her to reboot and downsize …
- —Susan Heeger
- computer problems that require a reboot
- The three films trace the same arc as other out-of-the-blue series like Sam Raimi's The Evil Dead and Robert Rodriguez's Mariachi trilogy, in which the sequel acts as a bigger-budget reboot of the original …
- —Keith Staskiewicz