Not connected. Processes may be computerised, but not running on the Internet.
When your computer performs an operation when it is not connected to any other computers, it is working offline.
Describes the state when no data connection exists. (Online)
There is no current data connection.
The portion of the CLEO III compute farm that does not execute in real time. This farm stores and analyzes the data.
When you are not connected to the Net through your phone line.
If a printer or other peripheral is not ready to receive data from the computer, it is considered to by Offline. In communications, Offline means that you are no longer connected to a remote computer.
Offline means that a client computer has no connection to a server or to the internet.
When a computer or other device is not turned on or connected to other devices, ...
When a PC or hardware device is not currently connected to the network. The user may have their machine switched on and working but the network facilities such as printers are not available to them
A computer term which describes work done outside of the computer system or outside of a main process within the corporate system.
Not directly connected with the Internet.
Not now or not here. "Let's take this discussion offline." Specifically used on USENET to suggest that a discussion be moved off a public newsgroup to email. Offline can also refer to a user who is not physically connected to a service.
This term typically refers to a database that is currently closed and not mounted. No users can connect to the database and no datafiles can be accessed.
Anything that happens when a computer is not connected to another computer. For instance, a program may download many messages and files quickly and then allow them to be read offline in order to save on connect charges and long distance phone charges.
not directly connected to the power supply
When a computer is not connected to another computer and/or network. Also refers to video editing.
A term that indicates your computer is not connected to the World Wide Web.
Devices and services which are either not connected to a central source or system or, if connected, are not active. An offline database or video editing suite is typically self-contained, with limited facilities and resources.
You're offline when your computer isn't connected to the Internet (or any network).
Users logged into a computer through a modem are said to be "offline" when they log off of the modem. Also refers to peripherals not currently connected to another computer.
In reference to one or more computers, not being connected to a network or the Internet.
A term relating to one of the following conditions: The merchant is not able to connect to its processor; the processor is not able to connect to the card association; the association cannot connect to the card issuer in a debit card transaction; or the account balance was not available for authorization.
The state of the computer when it is not connected to the network.
When a computer is not connected to the Internet.
The time that a user isnÕt connected to the Internet.
Not connected to Class Server, but possibly connected to the Internet
Logically or physically disconnected from the computer, computer network, or the Internet. For example, a reel of tape is offline storage. A Web page that has been downloaded or saved so that it can be read while not connected to the Internet is for offline viewing.
Means you are no longer connected to the Internet, whether through your modem, a wireless service, or any other means.
The opposite of "online" and means any time there isn't an active connection to the Internet (or to an internal network).
Not connected, either to one of a computer's supportive hardware devices such as a printer or scanner, or to the Internet.
Not connected to a computer network.
When your computer is not connected to a host system or the Net, you are offline.
Being away from your computer or the Internet, or your computer being off and disconnected from the Internet. If you were a character in the movie Tron,...
not controlled by or directly connected to a computer; with a delay between the production of data and its processing.
1. Not connected to the Internet or another network— or not handled through such a connection. 2. Not under the direct control of a computer's central processing unit.
Describes any component or device that is used in conjunction with a system but it is not connected to the system or the network.
Means you're not connected to another computer system.
Not connected to a network or computer.
If you work offline, you are not connected to another computer through a modem.
Operating a computer not connected to a network, often referring to a computer that is not connected to or using the Internet.
Not currently connected to the Internet
In reference to one or more computers, being disconnected from a network.
outside the Internet. Usually meaning printed press, radio and television.
When a device is not electrically connected, even though the physical connection may still exist. A user logged off a network is offline
Describes the state when two devices are not connected to one another (Online).
You are not connected to the internet.
Actions taken while not connected to another computer or network. Typically you can compose e-mail or view local files while being offline.
Actions performed when you aren't actually connected to another computer.
Operation of a computer while not connected to a network.
Disconnected from a computer communications system.
Generally refers to not being connected to the internet.
not connected to the Internet or any other network.
Term for when a user is not connected to the internet, as in "I know dinner is ready; I'll go offline in just a second."
Literally, not connected. Used to denote time spent preparing information to upload to a remote system, or to read information downloaded from a remote system.
Generally regarded as being detached and not operating on the Internet.
When a computer is not connected to a host system or the Net, it is offline.
communications: The state of not being connected to another computer. Used to describe your computer when it is performing actions that do not depend upon being connected to another machine. A printer can be offline if it's turned off but still connected.
Opposite of Online. Used to describe a state of not being actively connected to the Internet. When you collect your email and log-off to read it, you are browsing your email 'offline'.
State of not being connected to the Internet. 2.24