Lab 4 - Lab 4 Memory Lab Report Student Name: HARSH PATEL...

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Lab 4 – Memory Lab Report Student Name: HARSH PATEL Due: online beginning of Lab 5 Instructions: Based upon lecture, study guides and lab completion, students should be able to answer the following questions. Information in these questions is subject to use on exams and quizzes. Information should be filled in completely using this template and including the question with the appropriate answer under it. Each question is worth 10 points. Activity 1 – Modification of Windows Virtual Memory 1. What happened when Virtual Memory was set to low / none? Did Windows take longer or a shorter time to start once the main BIOS windows began? What happened when you attempted to open the large picture files multiple times? When the Virtual Memory was set to low/none the windows booted up faster and when trying to open the large picture files the windows started to lag a lot. 2. What happened when the Virtual Memory was set to normal? Did Windows take longer or a shorter time to start than the low virtual memory settings, once the main BIOS windows began? What happened when you attempted to open the multiple picture files? Did the swap file size increase after opening the second picture file? Was the swap file used at all? The windows took a longer time to boot up and while to load multiple files the windows was not lagging as much compared to the windows from the above question and it also took few seconds to process the pictures and nothing was
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Lab 4 - Lab 4 Memory Lab Report Student Name: HARSH PATEL...

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