Computer storage, Basic Computer Science

Computer Storage:

Computer systems include two types of digital information storage: internal storage, within the CPU, and the backing (back up) storage on external devices such as disks or tapes. Different types of storage media differ according to a number of criteria such as speed of operation, capacity, cost, reliability, the degree to which information is immediately accessible, etc.  

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