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All of the following are TRUE regarding virtual memory EXCEPT (1 reply and 1 comment)
- Any amount of RAM can be allocated to virtual memory
- The setting for the amount of hard disk drive space to allocate virtual memory can be manually change
- This temporary storage is called the swap file or page file
- Virtual memory is the physical space o the hard drive
how the answer of this question is A, i think answer should be D
Virtual memory is the realization of extremely large primary memory. It is implemented by using the free disk space of the hard disk. This temporary space in hard disk is used by swapping in and out from main memory. And Windows allows you to change the amount of hard disk drive space to be used as virtual memory. Thus, option b, c & d are true, aren't they?
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Ok. Thank you sir.