Virtual disk

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A virtual disk, virtual drive or disk image is a computer file that contain the exact structure of an actual disk and may be used in hardware virtualization

A virtual disk or virtual drive may also refer to:

  • Logical disk, a virtual storage device that represents one or more actual disks
  • RAM drive, a virtual storage device that stores its data in random access memory instead of a physical disk

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