low memory

low memory

(1) The lower end of a computer's memory starting at 0. See conventional memory.

(2) A small amount of memory (RAM) in a computer-based device. For example, 64MB in a smartphone is considered low memory.
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Hall, of no fixed address but from Nuneaton, had a long-standing drink and drug problem, which, the court was told, had resulted in an abnormal brain function and low memory levels.
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