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Nov
24
comment Cached memory refers to both cached memory (that is currently usable) and used memory (that was previous cached)?
The article talks about cached pages in "standby list", and cached pages in "modified list". Is it true that for a cached page to be placed in "modified list", it must first be on "standby list" ? Basically I'm confused what the number "Cached" (1184) as shown in the picture above refers to.
Nov
24
revised Cached memory refers to both cached memory (that is currently usable) and used memory (that was previous cached)?
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Nov
24
comment Cached memory refers to both cached memory (that is currently usable) and used memory (that was previous cached)?
thanks alot for the update =D So does it mean that if x = "Cached memory", y = "modified cache pages", z = "cached and were modified", x = y + z holds true ?
Nov
24
comment Cached memory refers to both cached memory (that is currently usable) and used memory (that was previous cached)?
No I mean I couldn't really understand the differences between the "standby list" and the "modified list" as stated in the article.
Nov
24
revised Cached memory refers to both cached memory (that is currently usable) and used memory (that was previous cached)?
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Nov
24
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Nov
24
accepted How do we retrieve data from an unbootable computer?
Nov
24
asked Cached memory refers to both cached memory (that is currently usable) and used memory (that was previous cached)?
Nov
21
comment How do we retrieve data from an unbootable computer?
Do you mean that I've got to physically remove the laptop's hard disk?
Nov
21
asked How do we retrieve data from an unbootable computer?
Nov
20
comment Is there such a concept as “dead thumbnails” in Windows?
Thanks all for the help =D
Nov
20
accepted Is there such a concept as “dead thumbnails” in Windows?
Nov
20
comment Is there such a concept as “dead thumbnails” in Windows?
heys cool, how would we go about disabling that functionality?
Nov
20
revised Is there such a concept as “dead thumbnails” in Windows?
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Nov
20
comment Is there such a concept as “dead thumbnails” in Windows?
But what's the point of deleting them since if I ever re-visit it even once, it's recreated again?
Nov
20
asked Is there such a concept as “dead thumbnails” in Windows?
Nov
15
comment How can I transfer music from my iPhone to my computer?
is an iPhone an iPod ?
Nov
15
accepted What's the difference between the “Win-D” and “Win-M” shortcuts?
Nov
14
comment What's the difference between the “Win-D” and “Win-M” shortcuts?
@Graeme btw do you know which windows are those that don't support minimizing?
Nov
14
comment What's the difference between the “Win-D” and “Win-M” shortcuts?
@studiohack what about the WIN+SHIFT+M?