Random Entry Memory
RAM is a bodily used for temporal storage and retrieval of knowledge, in a laptop (Fisher, 2018). Saved data is accessed randomly and it is solely accessible when vitality is accessible, thus in case of vitality failure, it is misplaced. In RAM data is written or be taught in nearly equivalent time period irrespective of its bodily location inside the memory. RAM has two main types, the Dynamic Random Entry Memory and Static Random Entry Memory.
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