RAM & ROM

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RAM & ROM

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RAM & ROM
  1. The difference between a RAM and a ROM is that a RAM does not save memory once the computer is turned off whilst the ROM does.
    1. RAM stands for Random Access Memory.
      1. ROM stands for Read Only Memory.
        1. The memory of a RAM is up to 32 GB.
          1. RAM has a type of memory called a random access memory which is where the computer is storing your frequently used memory data for you.
            1. ROM has a type of memory that retains its memory on the computer even after use as it saves it onto a memory file.
              1. The Data stored in RAM can be read and the data stored in RAM can be changed and edited but dissapears once the computer is turned off.
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