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  • adjective computing Not networked.


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un- +‎ networked


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  • I would have thought that by now Microsoft would realize that people are no longer "unnetworked", even at home. 2009

  • While the big bucks go to building green data centers and fiber-optic networks, many agencies have left their fleets of printers, scanners and copiers largely unnetworked and unmanaged.

    Government Computer News Current Issue 2010

  • For many, that may be as simple as keeping it unnetworked, as it probably should be, but for the sake of their practice, they need to make sure that there is an obligation to secure all of the affected equipment.

    Code Monkey Ramblings 2009

  • Normally, Galactica's unnetworked computers would stop Anders from wiring himself into the ship's vital systems, but the organic metal the Cylons pumped in Galactica's veins has allowed him to "theoretically" tap into everything, including the FTL drives.

    Paste Magazine 2009

  • It's part of Koin-Up a social networking site that overall confuses me and leaves me befuddled and unnetworked.

    Fashion World of SL 2008


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