What is the correct pronouncing of a Router? I know that Americans call it a "rawter" but that doesn't mean much!
For PC - rooter.For woodworking - rawter
Thanks for that, VoG™.
When I lived and worked in Texas it was always pronounced rowter ass was rowt66.
You've confused me again. What side of the "pound" are you?
is rowter (with the ow pronounced as in owl).
I have been to presentations in the states where the speaker has said rooter and others where they have said rowter. Likewise LIN UX and LINE UX.At the end of the day it doesn't matter.
Thanks Monument. It looks as if there is no certain way of pronunciation. American or English. Take your pick.
The answer is simple. You pronouce the word route as "root", therefore router (which defines routes) is, as VoG™ rightly states, "rooter".
You say Tomato and I'll say tomartoMike
I've got a "thingy" screwed on the wall with dangly bits going to the puter. (Josh aged 3)
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