A CD-RW is a writeable & re-writeable CD. A CD-RW drive is a CD ROM drive that can write data to a CD-RW disk.
With a CD-RW, you
can store around 650 meg on a single CD. You can write to a CD, then write
over the info if you like, unlike a CD-R, where
once you've written to it, you're pretty much don. The only disadvantage
a CD-RW has over a CD-R is that CD-RW disks tend to be a little more expensive
than their CD-R counterparts.
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