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 Recommended Paging Sizes?

Answer Windows uses a paging file--sometimes called a swap file--to supplement system memory. When available RAM is low, Windows begins to use hard drive space to swap files from RAM to the paging file a... Read More »
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Recommended Trowel Sizes for Ceramic Tile Flooring?

When tile flooring is installed, it's imperative that it receive the proper amount of setting material coverage. Part of this coverage is the depth and size of the ridges produced by the trowel. Th... Read More »
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How do I compare European bed sizes with American bed sizes?

Standard BedsDetermine the bed size you wish to compare. Four common standard bed sizes are used in the U.S. (twin, double, queen, and king) and in continental Europe (90 or single, 140, 160 and 18... Read More »
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Paging Etiquette?

Paging, although not as popular as it once was before the advent of cell phones, is still a technological gadget in use by many people. A valuable tool to connect you to others, a pager, when used ... Read More »
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What is a paging file?

A paging file, also known as a swap file, is located on the hard drive. The computer operating system utilizes the paging file when there is not sufficient RAM (random access memory) for all the pr... Read More »
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