What does DVD ROM mean?


DVD ROM is an acronym that stands for Digital Versatile Disk Read Only Memory. It is largely used to distribute large software applications that exceed the capacity of a CD-ROM. It is used to permanently stores data files.
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DVD-ROM stands for Digital Versatile Disk-Read Only Memory most of the time. Sometimes it can stand for Digital Video Disk-Read Only Memory, but that is less common.
DVD-ROM is a high capacity read only optical storage disc. DVD-ROM stands for Digital Versatile Disc - Read Only Memory. It can hold 4.7 GB of information and is typically used to distribute large software programs or large amounts of data.
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