What is DVD-ROM?

  • DVD-ROM is an optical storage medium capable of storing huge computer data. It provides better graphics, greater resolution, and increased storage capacity. A standard single layer, single-sided digital video disk can store 4.7 GB of data. DVD-ROM uses include interactive games, video file storage, and photographic storage.

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