Explain the difference between ram and rom, Computer Engineering

RAM: Read / Write memory, High Speed, Volatile Memory.

ROM: Read only memory, Low Speed, Non Voliate Memory.

 

RAM- Random Access memory it is a Volatile Memory. volatile mean= when power is off data is loss ok

ROM- read only memory it is a non-volatile memory. It is read only memory we don't write this memory only read      

 

 

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