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virtual copy

A temporary view of data on screen. Like everything in memory (RAM), the virtual copy vanishes when the application is closed. The term implies that the data cannot be saved and end up as a duplicate file. See copy data management.
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Customers can use a virtual copy for ticket checking purposes, by producing it on their PDAs, smartphones, tablets, or laptops.
It just seems my virtual copy doesn't play as well as the Henry character - although in real life, especially this season, I'm better than him.
Hundreds of people took the opportunity to use computer technology at the museum in Lichfield Street to leaf through a virtual copy of the book.
SimAirline.net operates a virtual copy of scheduled flights by 22 real carriers, including British Airways, Virgin, Emirates and Air Canada.
M-Systems said that customers will be able to bundle the software with its chosen DiskOnKey product line, enabling home PC users to plug a DiskOnKey device into their Windows-based computers and create an instant virtual copy of their PC.
The whole operation is a virtual copy of the Lufthansa flights from Dusseldorf to New York and Chicago, and Munch to New York, also operated by PrivatAir.
Worldwide Computer Products News-18 August 2004-3PAR presents Virtual Copy DBA for Linux(C)1995-2004 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
A data structure directs read-only applications such as backup to the online volume for blocks that have not been updated since the virtual copy was created and to the temporary storage area for blocks that have been updated.
Those who donate $80 will also be awarded a free virtual copy of Realm Zero, as well as a one-year subscription and unique in-game wearable device.
The way Lightroom handles this is via the Virtual Copy. Right-click on a photo and choose "Create Virtual Copy" in the menu that appears.

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