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Horked

Definition - What does Horked mean?

In IT, “horked” is a term used to describe some type of hardware or software that is broken or ruined. This word has a number of meanings in general English, but has this particular meaning when applied to IT.

Techopedia explains Horked

In the general English lexicon, the word “hork” can refer to vomiting, stealing or any number of actions, but in the tech world it is most often used to describe a state of disrepair or a lack of utility. One common example is when someone says something like – “this computer is showing the blue screen of death. It’s horked.”

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