Computer Memory

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What are the two types of computer memory and what do these stand for?
RAM - Random access memory, and ROM- Read only memory
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Is ROM volatile or non volatile? What does this mean?
ROM is non volatile memory. This means data is stored even if the computer is switched off.
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Is RAM volatile or non volatile? What does this mean?
RAM is volatile memory. This means that the data stored in RAM is lost when the computer loses power.
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What special feature does RAM have?
RAM allows the user to have multiple windows open and switch between them.
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Most computers are sold with....
1-4 GB of RAM
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What could happen if not enough RAM storage is installed on your computer?
Your computer might slow down/ have a slower performance
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Is ROM volatile or non volatile? What does this mean?

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ROM is non volatile memory. This means data is stored even if the computer is switched off.

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