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What is the full form of ROM?

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    read only memory
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    random only memory
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    random origin memory
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    All of the above
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read only memory

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    cache memory
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    Magnetic bubble memory
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    Magnetic core memory
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    random access memory
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cache memory

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Cache memory has the least access time among the options provided. Cache memory is a high-speed type of volatile computer memory that provides high-speed data storage and access to the processor. It is faster than main memory (RAM) because it is located on the CPU chip or very close to it and stores frequently accessed data and instructions. Accessing data from cache memory is much quicker compared to accessing it from RAM, making cache memory the fastest type of memory in terms of access time.

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    in RAM
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    in secondary storage
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    in the motherboard
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    in primary storage
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in secondary storage

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The data remains the same after saving the file and turning off the computer when it is stored in secondary storage. Secondary storage devices, such as hard drives, solid-state drives, and optical discs, are non-volatile storage media. This means that they retain data even when the power is turned off. Unlike volatile memory (such as RAM), which loses its content when the computer is powered down, data stored in secondary storage remains intact until it is intentionally deleted or modified.

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Built-in memory of computer is-

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    EPROM
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    RAM
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ROM

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The built-in memory of a computer typically refers to RAM (Random Access Memory). RAM is a type of volatile memory that the computer uses to temporarily store data that is actively being used or processed. It provides fast access to the data the computer needs to perform tasks, and its content is erased when the computer is powered off.

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    CD
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    CD-RW
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    DVD
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ROM

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Actually, the correct acronym for Reusable Optical Storage is not ROM. The correct acronym is ROS, which stands for Reusable Optical Storage. ROS refers to a technology that allows optical storage media, such as DVDs and CDs, to be rewritten or reused multiple times for data storage purposes.

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