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> From what I've read, Windows memory manager does the same thing - after a while, it swaps out unused pages, even if plenty of free memory is available.

Windows XP does that. It was a common source of grief. I remember it being mentioned as early as 2004. Since Windows Vista the memory manager doesn't have that problem.

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