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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Recommended paging file size formula

Is there a formula by which Windows calculates recommended paging file size? (see picture). This is definitely not 1,5 x RAM (this PC has 8 GB or RAM). I need to implement this calculation in my ...
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Cannot start site on IIS-Express

Some background: I Am developing a website that uses a BI layer that relays on Matlab. In order to make the logic layer available across my site I am creating it when the site starts (in ...
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what is a word-length boundary?

I'm reading this article: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Struct_%28C_programming_language%29 And it states the following: "The C struct directly corresponds to the Assembly Language data type of the ...
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Windows 8 will not boot after set virtual memory to 9999MB

To increase the performance of an ASUS X551M I increased the virtual memory 9999MB. In the past I would determine the max available virtual memory by typing in 9999. I expected to see something like ...
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Prevent a closed source chosen process from swapping on Windows [duplicate]

When I run VirtualBox If I don't use VirtualBox for some time and then I come back to using it the virtual machine runs very slowly, obliviously all subsequent operation go enough fast. How I can ...
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virtual memory view in windows server 2008

AFAIK, Task Manager in windows 2008 shows the physical memory. I have a program that sums up the FREE physical & FREE virtual memory in MG. How can I confirm it has the right output of this sum? ...
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Is CPU cache (L1 - Ln) equal to TLB

If we are talking about CPU cache. Is Ln synonym for saying 'TLB (translation lookaside buffer) of type Ln' or does Ln include also somethin else than just TLB?
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Virtual memory (caching) on Windows 8

I have read a bit about the issue, and I understood that the OS constantly pushes memory to the disk, so later, when another application needs a lot of RAM, it allocates that memory to it and "moves" ...
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Top command cache vs free memory

When I am running top command (on embedded system with 64 MB RAM) I am getting below description on total memory usage: "Mem: 43468K used, 968K free, 0K shrd, 1280K buff, 21896K cached" It looks ...
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Mouse disconnecting and programs not closing and more

My mouse keeps disconnecting and reconnecting as well as my usb modem. My programs don't always close when i tell them to and even when I use task manager. T hey are also using all my RAM for a lot ...
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Why does Windows 7 intentionally make itself slow?

I've encountered this oddity with 5 different machines, running different versions of Windows 7. I've seen the same issue in Home Premium, Professional and Ultimate. The System Allocates Less Virtual ...
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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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Allocation of memory to guest os [closed]

I have 6gb memory on my host OS (Windows 7 64bit), I am planning to install Oracle Linux as guest using Virtual Box. How much memory should I allocate to guest OS? In guest OS I am planning to ...
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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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Is data from a usb device stored in ram while getting same ( etc explorer listing items )?

Does it go first in ram then to software? Or does some programs like Windows explorer have "VIP" permission cause they are child of OS, for direct access? EDIT Does it possible to make kernel, to ...
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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 ...