What Is Internal Memory?

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In computing, internal memory refers to RAM, the random access memory. This is the memory of the computer stored in a chip that is wiped out whenever the computer is restarted. It may also be abbreviated as ROM.
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Many devices, such as digital cameras, have internal and external memory. The internal memory is built into the device and cannot be removed or changed.
As far as I know internal memory is memory that is located inside a device. Unlike SD cards or external memory internal memory cannot be removed. Ordinarily devices such as digital cameras have a small amount of internal memory.
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