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The reason behind is thread scheduling and it is driven by OS. OS decides which thread to run and put it back to runnable based on no of threads in the memory and its priority.
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OS memory or java memory or laptop hard drive memory. please advise
So the memory will be whatever memory is allocated to the JVM to run the java application.