Dynamic Virtual Memory (Swap)


What is Virtual Memory?

Virtual Memory is the use of Hard Disk Space as an expansion to Physical Memory (RAM), by Operating Systems and Applications.

What is Dynamic Virtual Memory?

Dynamic Virtual Memory is an iLinux OS Innovation, which empowers the User to allocate Virtual Memory at will.

In contrast to other Operating Systems that forbid the User to have Dynamic Control over Virtual Memory, iLinux OS gives Direct and Absolute Control of Virtual Memory to the User in Real Time.

Dynamic Virtual Memory. Enjoy the simplicity. Harvest the Power.


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