Definition Edit

A DVD-ROM is a disc that closely resembles a compact disc. The major difference is that a DVD-ROM is formatted to hold significantly more data.

Overview Edit

A CD has a capacity of 650 megabytes, while the smallest capacity DVD-ROM can store about seven times more data, or 4.38 gigabytes.

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