virtual memory

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virtual memory (usually uncountable, plural virtual memories)

  1. (computing) Memory that appears to be RAM but is being simulated (by a process called paging) on a hard disk; allows a computer to operate as if it had more memory than it actually does, but with some loss of performance

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