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- n. The primary volatile memory of a computer, not including memory cache nor persistent disk storage, nor external storage.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The memory in a computer that holds programs and data for rapid access during execution of a program; it usually hold the largest quantity of rapid-access storage in a computer; -- also called RAM (random access memory. It is contrasted to
ROM, disk data storage, cache, registersand other forms of data storage.
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