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It's actually cache memory. It's really fast memory that the computer
stored frequently used information in. This allows the system to save
itself from having to go out to the slow RAM or really slow hard drive
if available in cache.
There's also other types of cache, such as internet files are stored in a "cache" on your hard drive, databases have their own "cache" memory areas, etc.
To see it in work, try this:
1) restart your computer
2) Open up MS Word or some large application and see how long it takes to start up.
3) Close the application
4) Start the same application again and see how long it takes to start up. It should be noticably faster because portions (or all of it) have been placed in cache.
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