Shared memory pages are an example of a topic where a picture is worth a thousand words. Find at least one illustration in Google Images by entering the search key “shared memory pages” in the search box. Be sure to enter it in the search box with quotes so the entire phrase is interpreted by the search engine as a single string.Using an illustration you find, make that picture the focus of your post. Create a Discussion Board post that outlines the function of shared memory pages. Go into detail about the proper operation of shared memory pages as described by the course textbook. If you find an illustration that does not agree with the course textbook, be sure to use it and make any inconsistencies the focus of your post.It is very important that you properly attribute the image by listing the original author(s) of the illustration you find. Within the course in Blackboard, click the Research/Writing tab on the course in Blackboard (on the left in the main menu) to find instructions and examples of using proper attribution.After your initial post, respond constructively to two of your peers’ posts after comparing your initial post to their initial posts. Justify your suggestions for the addition or revision of any of the benefits and drawbacks of using shared pages.Comment on the accuracy of their specification of the conditions under which the practice provides performance benefits, as well as the specific instances when efficiency is negatively impacted.