Will data reach primary to secondary memory?

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If we create a data and we save it, will this data reach primary memory to secondary memory?

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If we create a data and we save it so this data reach primary memory to secondry memory?

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  • ToddN2000

    What type of system and OS are you using? What is the memory and storage capacity?

    Can you give a little more detail?

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  • deepatiwari
    my pc is dell company,microsoft windows xp professonel version  2002 ,504 mb of ram
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  • ToddN2000
    Data will only stay in you PC's memory until cleared by the program or you shut your computer off. This "memory" is your 504mb of ram. Not a lot by today's standards. To store data permanently you would save it to your hard disk. This is usually drive C:. If your drive has been partitioned or you have additional drives you can save your data there. it might show as drive E: or F:. Drive D: might be your CD /DVD drive. Then when you need your back use the same program you created it with to re-open the file.

    This file will stay as long as you wish until you delete it.

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