Random Access Memory (RAM)


Random Access Memory (RAM)

Memory that can be both read and written with random access of memory locations . Random access means that locations can be accessed in any order and do not need to be accessed sequentially. RAM can be used as the working memory of a computer into which applications and programs can be loaded and run.

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