DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PRIMARY AND SECONDARY MEMORY

COMPUTER PRIMARY AND SECONDARY MEMORY


DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PRIMARY AND SECONDARY MEMORY



Primary Memory


1. This memory stores the information temporarily, that is, the information is lost when the current is closed.

2. This memory is more expensive than secondary memory.

3. Its working speed is fast.

4. It is permanently installed in the system.

5. Information stored in it cannot be moved from one place to another.

6. Primary memory affects the access time of the computer.

7. This memory is in the form of IC integrated circuits.

8. These are two types of memory RAM and ROM.

9. Where does such primary memory go due to the main memory of the computer?

10. It is inbuilt memory, i.e. this memory is already installed in the computer.


Secondary Memory


1. This memory keeps the information stored permanently, that is, even after the current is closed, the information in it remains unchanged.

2. These memories are much cheaper than primary memory.

3. Its working method is less than primary memory.

4. This memory is not permanently installed on the computer.

5. Information stored in it can be easily transferred from one computer to another.

6. This memory does not affect the access time of the computer.

7. These are in the form of floppy hard disks, CDs, DVDs, pen drives, etc.

8. There are many types such as floppy disk, hard disk, optical disk, pen drive, CD, DVD, etc.

9. They are installed separately in the computer to be used, so where does the secondary memory go.

10. It does not have inbuilt memory. To use it, they are installed separately on the computer.


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