I just wanted to point out that there is a strong correlation between the memory reservation and the swap file (.vswp).
By default, no reservations are made and the .vswp is created with (in our case) 2 Gb, because we allocated 2Gb to the Virtual Machine:
This reservation can be changed in the resource allocation window of a particular VM:
Once this is set to the maximum value, the .vswp file will be 0 (as shown in the screenshot below)
The size of the VM swap space .vswp file is the allocated VM RAM - the reservation.