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HKEY_CURRENT_USER and HKEY_USERS Windows is designed to support more than one user on the same PC, storing personalized information such as desktop colors, screen savers, and the contents of the desktop for every user that has an account on the system HKEY_CURRENT_USER stores the current user settings, and HKEY_USERS stores all of the personalized information for all users on a PC While you certainly can change items like the screen saver here, the better way is to right-click on the desktop and select Properties! HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE This root key contains all the data for a system s non-user-specific configurations This encompasses every device and every program in your PC For example, Figure 1365 shows the description of a CD-ROM drive HKEY_CURRENT_CONFIG If the values in HKEY_LOCAL_ MACHINE have more than one option, such as two different monitors, this root key defines which one is currently being used Because most people have only one type of monitor and similar equipment, this area is almost never touched
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Windows uses a portion of the hard drive as an extension of system RAM, through what s called a RAM cache A RAM cache is a block of cylinders on a hard drive set aside as what s called a swap file , page file , or virtual memory When the PC starts running out of real RAM because you ve loaded too many programs, the system swaps programs from RAM to the swap file, opening more space for programs currently active All versions of Windows use a swap file, so let s look at how one works
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13: Understanding Windows
Let s assume you have a PC with 256 MB of RAM Figure 1366 shows the system RAM as a thermometer with gradients from 0 to 256 MB As programs load, they take up RAM, and as more and more programs are loaded (labeled A, B, and C in the figure), more RAM is used (Figure 1367) At a certain point, you won t have enough RAM to run any more programs (Figure 1368) Sure, you could close one or Figure 1366 A RAM thermometer more programs to make room for yet another program, but you can t keep all the programs running simultaneously This is where virtual memory comes into play Windows virtual memory starts by creating a swap file that resides somewhere on your hard drive The swap file works like a temporary storage box Windows removes running programs temporarily from RAM into the swap file so other programs can load and run If you have enough RAM to run all your programs, Windows does not need to use the swap file Windows brings the Figure 1367 More programs take more RAM swap file into play only when insufficient RAM is available to run all open programs To load, Program D needs a certain amount of free RAM Virtual memory is a fully auClearly, this requires that some other program (or programs) be unloaded tomated process and does not from RAM without actually closing the program(s) Windows looks at all require any user intervention running programs, in this case A, B, and C, and decides which program is Tech intervention is another the least used That program is then cut out of or swapped from RAM and story! copied into the swap file In this case, Windows has chosen Program B (Figure 1369) Unloading Program B from RAM provides enough RAM to load Program D (Figure 1370) It is important to understand that none of this activity is visible on the screen! Program B s window is still visible along with those of all the other running programs Nothing tells the user that Program B is no longer in RAM (Figure 1371)
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