Wednesday, 24 February 2021

Random Access Memory (RAM)

What is Random Access Memory (RAM)?

The Random Access Memory is a volatile memory or temporary storage device and its use to store working data and machine code and Random Access Memory allows data to read or write in the physical location of data in contact with direct access to storage media such as DVD read/write, CD read/write, and hard disk. Therefore it is a part of the computer’s main memory, which is directly accessible by CPU and it is volatile in nature, it means if the power goes off, the stored information is lost and it is used to store the data that is currently processed by the CPU and most of the programs and data that are modifiable are stores in RAM.

Random Access Memory (RAM)


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