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1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data:
The key to using memory most efficiently is virtual memory management. Consider both Windows and UNIX operating systems. Compare and contrast how each implements virtual memory. Describe how each one handles page faults, working sets, and page sizes, and how it reconciles thrashing issues. Cite your sources.

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Mapua Institute of Technology - Information Technology

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