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Out-of-the-box solution

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An out-of-the-box solution is

a software or hardware system with a user interface that is so intuitive that it can be implemented without little or no training or reference to documentation.
[a] feature or functionality of a product that works immediately after installation without any configuration or modification.[1]

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  1. Annual Assessment of the Internal Revenue Service Information Technology Program, at 38.

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