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What is the function of a hard disk?

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A hard disk is a device that is used to store large amounts of data in a computer system. Hard disks differ from other memory because they are non-volatile, they retain the data even when they do not have power.
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( ¦dül ′ak·chə′wād·ər ¦härd ′disk ) (computer science) A hard disk that is equipped with two read/write heads.
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it stores all your computers files....such as operating system, applications, documents. Your computer can't do anything without it. here's a link for more info: http://en.wikipedia.org
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Hi >>I am sure all above answers are correct. enravi why dont you evaluate the answers<< All above answers are INCORRECT! All them read VOLUME serial number, not a HDD
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