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be down to (do something)
To be ready, willing, or eager to do something. I'm down to play a quick game of soccer if you are. I am so down to see that movie tonight, I've been waiting for it to come out for months! A: "You want in?" B: "Yeah, I'm down."
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This is a critical distinction because by forcing the user down to DOS, the software severely limits the number and kinds of supported storage devices.
A Windows/ Linux backup and restore strategy is faster than simply booting down to DOS for all backup and restore operations.
0 fully operable within Windows and does not require re-boots down to DOS, thus making it simple for all PC users to operate.
Unlike other products on the market, Acronis TrueImage Deluxe allows PC users to capture hard drive images instantly "online," meaning in Windows without annoying reboots or having to boot down to DOS or another operating system.