Application - Paging

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Paging involves getting data in chunks of data called pages.

Most of local application stores its data in memory; therefore, the amount of data it can hold is limited by the size of its memory. But by using paging, an application can handle amounts of data that exceed its memory limit.

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Virtual Memory - Paging or Swapping

A transfer of pages between main memory (RAM) and an secondary storage such as hard disk drive, is referred to as paging or swapping. It's the ability to use the disk to extend the amount of RAM available....

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