verb (used with object), con·fig·ured, con·fig·ur·ing.
- to put together (a computer or computer system) by supplying, arranging, or connecting a specific set of internal or external components: My next laptop will be configured for gaming with a fast processor and lots of memory.
- to set up (a software program or device) for a particular computer, computer system, or task: to configure the printer for a wireless network.
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Origin of configure
OTHER WORDS FROM configurecon·fig·ur·a·ble, adjectivepre·con·fig·ure, verb (used with object), pre·con·fig·ured, pre·con·fig·ur·ing.
Example sentences from the Web for configure
With the program loaded on screen, click New Hotkey to configure your new shortcut.Become a Windows whiz by creating your own keyboard shortcuts|David Nield|November 12, 2020|Popular Science
The plugs, which feature three large pins configured in a triangle, are giving way to a compact hexagonal three-pin design, with sockets following suit.South Africa’s unusual electrical plugs and sockets are headed for retirement|Brian Browdie|October 17, 2020|Quartz
It took some time to get the bike exactly configured to my body.NordicTrack’s connected workout bike puts the focus on competing against yourself|Stan Horaczek|October 15, 2020|Popular Science
So, if you want music in the office and the kitchen at the same time, you can accomplish it, but setting it up takes a bit of configuring.Google’s Nest Audio sounds remarkably good for a $99 smart speaker|Stan Horaczek|October 6, 2020|Popular Science
Opera GX has even more customization options than Opera, so you can fine-tune the color of the browser to fit whatever theme you’ve configured.