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 Does an external drive increase virtual memory?

Answer Windows manages a computer's virtual memory allocation by default. Generally, the size of the virtual memory is slightly larger than the amount of physical RAM installed. The installation of an ext... Read More »
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Does the external hard drive increase virtual memory?

You can use external hard drives to increase virtual memory, according to PC World. However, you should use virtual memory on your main HDD as the external drive will likely slow down your computer... Read More »
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How do i increase virtual memory in xp?

Left-click "Start." Click "My Computer" with your right mouse button and choose "Properties."Click "Advanced" in the "System Properties" box. Click "Settings" in the "Performance" section. Click th... Read More »
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How to Increase Low Virtual Memory?

Virtual memory is used by your Windows PC to compensate for when it doesn't have enough RAM (Random Access Memory) to perform a certain function or run a program. If you notice a number of error me... Read More »
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How do i increase virtual memory on my pc?

here are the steps1. Right click on your 'My Computer' icon on desktop2. Click properties (system properties window is displayed)3. Click 'Advanced' tab4. Click 'performance settings' button (first... Read More »
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