January 10, 2015 in 

The part of the computer which stores information for immediate access. Nowadays this consists exclusively ofram, random access memory, which holds the applications software and data or rom, read only memory, which holds permanent information such as the dos bootstrap routines. Memory size is expressed in k or m (alt. “k” or “mb”).

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