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page frame

A block of RAM, typically 4KB in size, used for virtual memory. A page frame is a physical entity with its own page frame number (PFN), whereas a "page" is content that floats between memory page frames and storage (disk or SSD). See virtual memory.
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To use this memory, a special 64 KB window called the expanded memory page frame is created in the upper memory addressed between 640 KB and 1,024 KB (see Figure 1).
In addition to implementing a consistent and professional presentation for Rio Tinto around the world, a key requirement was for local operations to be able to add their own content within certain page frames while adhering to the global design and presentation standards.