Realme UI 2.0: How to use the Virtual RAM feature – You must have heard the term ‘Virtual RAM’ so many times in the past few weeks.
What is virtual ram? how does it work?
It is very simple. Virtual RAM is a concept like ‘Virtual Memory’ that’s used in PCs. If the smartphone demands, it can borrow additional space from storage and allot it to RAM, to ensure a seamless performance. In other words, the smartphone will borrow some storage space and use it for RAM functions.
For example, if your phone has 128GB of storage and 8GB of RAM, it will use 3GB out of 128GB and increase the Ram from 8GB to 11GB.
One tap and it will spring to action without the usual load times. This helps give an impression of a speedy experience. By using virtual RAM, the phone can keep your most-used apps always ready in the background so you don’t waste time waiting for it to launch.
One of the most affordable smartphone companies Realme delivers solid battery life with a slim attractive design and lightweight smartphones. But you know it offers a virtual ram feature also. If your Realme phone is running on the latest Realme UI 2.0 for example Realme 8 5G then, you can activate this feature by following the below steps.
Realme UI 2.0: How to use the Virtual RAM feature
- Open the Settings app.
- Now scroll down and then go to about phone.
- Tap on the RAM ( where it’s showing the RAM info).
- Now turn on the option for RAM expansion and with the help of the Slider, select the amount of RAM you want to expand.
- And also after it has been selected, please restart the device for the changes to take effect.
Note: The Virtual RAM will use the storage from your device to optimize the system. You’ll only be able to see the Hardware RAM in the recent apps screen, the Virtual RAM will be used Virtually to optimize the use of the RAM by the system.
Once the virtual RAM is enabled you’ll see a difference in the performance in the speed of the device along with the app opening and background apps. It will help to distribute the extra loads of the apps from the RAM to V-RAM.