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  2. Microsoft Support

    Microsoft support is here to help you with Microsoft products. Find how-to articles, videos, and training for Microsoft 365, Windows, Surface, and more.

  3. 318 Synonyms & Antonyms of SUPPORT - Merriam-Webster

    Definition of support. 1. as in reinforcement. a structure that holds up or serves as a foundation for something else if you don't add a couple more supports to that tower of blocks, it's going to fall down. Synonyms & Similar Words.

  4. Support Definition & Meaning - Merriam-Webster

    b. : to provide a basis for the existence or subsistence of. the island could probably support three A. B. C. Whipple. support a habit. 4. a. : to hold up or serve as a foundation or prop for. b. : to maintain (a price) at a desired level by purchases or loans.

  5. Support | Dell US

    Request support or replacement parts online, integrate support APIs into your help desk or train your staff on our products and solutions. Available for PCs, PowerEdge servers, PowerVault, PS Series, and SC Series storage, and networking.

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    More support options. Help for admins of small businesses. Open a service request in the Microsoft 365 admin center. This service is free. Microsoft Store support. Get help and support whether you're shopping now or need help with a past purchase.

  8. To support is to hold up or add strength to, literally or figuratively: The columns support the roof. To maintain is to support so as to preserve intact: to maintain an attitude of defiance. To sustain , a rather elevated word, suggests completeness and adequacy in supporting: The court sustained his claim.