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  1. In computing, mass storage refers to the storage of large amounts of information in a persisting and machine-readable fashion. Storage media for mass storage include hard disks, floppy disks, flash memory, optical discs, magneto-optical discs, magnet

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  2. includes devices with removable and non-removable media

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  3. It does not include random access memory (RAM), which is volatile in that it loses its contents after power loss

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  4. devices are characterized by

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  5. Sustainable transfer speed

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  6. devices used in desktop and most server computers typically have their data organized in a file system

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