What is CD-ROM Drive and How it Works

CD ROM stands for "Compact Disc Read Only Memory".  A CD-ROM drive is the same size as a floppy disk drive.  It is a storage device that accepts data CD ROM’s (Compact Discs).  It is a box shaped device that fits into the case of the computer. A CD-ROM drive is an optical device which means it uses a laser to record information. Most new computers DVD drives have replaced CD ROM drives. A CD ROM drive will only play CD’s, not for DVD’s. 


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