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virtual memory

noun [U]
 
 
space that can be used on the hard drive of a computer to store information temporarily so that there is more RAM available when it is needed by software such as a computer game
虛擬記憶體(電腦硬碟中一部分可以臨時儲存資訊的空間,可以解決運行如遊戲等電腦程式時記憶體不足的問題)
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