Scott Stefanowicz
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ROM, is to store the information that cannot easily be changed or interfered with by the user. The best example here is the information used for the start of the computer. RAM, stored information that can easily be erased when power goes off. The information can be easily be interfered with with another party.
Scott Stefanowicz
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No need to go to those other sites.  ; )  This question has been asked before on Blurtit. 

http://technology.blurtit.com/277456/what-are-examples-for-ram-and-rom

The first answer is:

"ROM - read only memory, is used to store the information that will never be changed/ cannot be changed by the user, such as instructions to make the computer properly boot (start up). … Read more

Scott Stefanowicz
Scott Stefanowicz voted up HappyTwo BeHereTwo's answer

No need to go to those other sites.  ; )  This question has been asked before on Blurtit. 

http://technology.blurtit.com/277456/what-are-examples-for-ram-and-rom

The first answer is:

"ROM - read only memory, is used to store the information that will never be changed/ cannot be changed by the user, such as instructions to make the computer properly boot (start up). … Read more