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Post From: Buying a New Computer

[2013-05-27 18:51:30]
M5amhan - Posts: 468
i may be mistaken but im pretty sure the HDD or SDD which you are retrieving the application from, sends it over to CPU to continuously run the application and the CPU uses RAM to store temporary information (unsaved information or info that cant be saved) that it is using on the app you are currently running. what wears the HDD and SDD is the amount of times you retrieve the apps from it and burn apps into it (saving apps), but usually it is a pretty good number of years say 5-8