Disk Cache

A Disk cache is a technique or mechanism to enhance the performance of the hard disk drive.  Modern storage devices come with built-in onboard cache memory, the size varies from 1MP to 32MB. The Disk cache or buffer can also be a specified portion of the main memory (RAM). The Disk cache stores the information the user might need frequently. It also improves the read and write speed of HDD.

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