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The term downtime is used to refer to periods when a system is unavailable.
Downtime or Down Time may also refer to:
- Downtime (break), a period of rest and relaxation, especially during a day of labour
- Downtime (Doctor Who), a 1995 direct-to-video spin-off of the TV series Doctor Who
- Downtime (film), a 1998 British film
- "Downtime" (song), a 2001 single by Jo Dee Messina
- "Down Time", a 2006 single by Aaradhna
- Down Time, a Turbo Drop ride at Lake Compounce amusement park, Bristol, Connecticut
- Uptime / Downtime, a 2010 double album by the Kleptones
- A Mnemonic for the seven wastes of Muda (Japanese term)
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