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Overlay is   

  1. a part of an operating system 
  2. a specific memory location 
  3. a single contiguous memory that was used in the olden days for running large programs by swapping
  4. overloading the system with many user files 
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There no difference between overlays as well as  virtual memory except in overlays larger size program which scaled more size than main memory is handled via user whereas in virtual memory it is handled via OS.

So option C will be right option.
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