Virtual memory is a technique to provide more address space than the available physical memory. Each process can be given its own virtual memory, and the hardware translates every virtual memory reference to a physical memory address. To accommodate situations when more virtual memory is in use ...

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How do I know how much swap is used on Windows 7?

Apparently, as per Commit charge is 100% full but physical memory is just 60% when using no page file and http://brandonlive.com/2010/02/21/measuring-memory-usage-in-windows-7/, the Commit numbers in ...
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How can I use a flash drive to increase my virtual memory?

My computer has 8gb of physical memory. I'm running some memory intensive processes that quickly eat up that 8gb. When the physical memory runs out, it starts using the virtual memory and I see ...
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Will a swap file not slow down the system so much if a Solid State Drive is used?

When RAM runs out on a computer, the swap file is used, and then the system can become quite slow. But if the notebook or desktop is using SSD nowadays, will it be less of a concern? (Updated Oct ...
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Why does the Windows Task Manager never show more than 80% memory used?

In the Windows Task Manager I have never seen the memory usage close to 100%. If physical memory is never depleted, how come computers have virtual memory? I realize many years ago maybe computers did ...
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What size for Virtual Memory [duplicate]

I am a total novice when it comes to hardware settings. I am using Windows Server 2012 64 Bit. It has 12GB RAM. I have a C and virtual D drive. The build is i5-2400 3.10 GHz. There is no current ...