That's a simple one: it's wrong!
You can say 'This computer comes with full support' or 'This computer is fully supported'.
In the first 'support' is a noun and hence the adjective 'full' is used, whereas in the second it is a past participle verb form, hence the adverb.
But if you search this phrase on google with absolute result, you will find the phrase written in such a way.
Where did you find it?
Google is a wonderful resource, if used intelligently, but NEVER trust it as a guide to good English. Inspired by CS's "I haves seen", I tried "I ain't not done nuffink" - and got six hits!Yep, I found the phrase on a friend's facebook and we argued about this. He told me to search on google and so so
Thienan, A better title would have been 'With fully support'.
Extract from the Posting Guidelines:
'Thread titles should include all or part of the word/phrase being discussed.'
If you want to use a search engine to find fairly correct English phrases, BNC or COCA corpora might be of interest. Mind you, it needs to be used correctly (you need to take context and suchlike into account). And you need at least a few hits to know for sure that it's correct English. But it has so meany search options, I love it.On google you can see it if you search for it with absolute result. I'm really confused by this usage.