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CD-ROM

CD-ROM

Compact disk-read only memory Informatics A compact disk, capable of holding ± 750 MB of permanent data, which is recorded or burned only once. Cf CD-RW.
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This Interactive CD-ROM, narrated by talk show host Montel Williams, celebrates the contributions African Americans have made in aviation.
Emblematic exhibitions described in Karel Porteman's book and available page by page in the accompanying CD-ROM were once displayed on the "open days" of the Jesuit College in Brussels, fastened to tapestries or draperies in the inner courtyard.
The quantity of tax material now available on CD-ROM is staggering, and electronic tax research via CD-ROM is the state of the art.
The following lists descriptions of the CD-ROMs currently available that have information on software and hardware products.
One CD-ROM can store about 660 megabytes of information (660 million bytes, or key strokes), representing about 275,000 pages of text.
A single CD-ROM disk can hold more than 650 MBs of information.
Today, CD-ROM software includes tax research-based products that require search software; some of the software is user-friendly and may soon be available in Windows interfaces.