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Memory Management: Windows versus Linux POS/355
Memory Management: Windows versus Linux The memory management system (MMS) is a core component of any operating system, including Microsofts Windows or the open source plethora of Unix-like OSs that share a common kernel, named Linux. The MMS allocates and de-allocates memory to processes, whether that is random access memory (RAM) or the implementation of virtual memory within the context of the hard drive. It is for this latter purpose that it is imperative to configure properly and optimize the manager; else, performance of the overall system may suffer. Memory management consists of three main components: hardware, OS management, and application management. OS memory management focuses on virtual memory, which is...