1 > A technique for enabling an operating system, and therefore a computer, to address—roughly, have available—more memory than is physically present in the system. Swapping in this sense (as opposed to swapping disks in and out of a drive, for example) involves moving blocks of information in units known as pages between memory and disk as they are needed during the execution of the application. Swapping is supported by operating systems such as Windows NT and later, Windows 9x and later, OS/ 2|, and Linux.
2 > A technique for moving entire processes in and out of main memory.
3 > In programming, the process of exchanging two values—for example, exchanging values between two variables. See also page (definition 2|), swap, swap file, virtual memory.
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