Magnetic storage facts for kids

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Hard drives use magnetic memory to store giga- and terabytes of data in computers.

Magnetic storage is a way of storing data that uses magnets to store binary data. It uses patterns of positive and negative magnetisation to store data using read/write heads, which can view and change the magnetisation. A few examples include hard disk drives, floppy disks, and magnetic stripes.


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