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Writing data to a storage media such a floppy disk, CD-R, USB flash drive, or hard drive is known as saving. Almost all applications have a save option, which is usually available under the “File” drop-down menu or as a floppy diskette icon. When you select Save, the file is saved under its former name. If the file is new, the application will prompt the user to give it a name and store it elsewhere.

The save icon’s appearance is determined by the program’s creator. To maintain the familiarity of previous computer applications, the save icon frequently resembles a floppy disk, which should resemble one of the images below.

Software packages will ask if you wish to overwrite a previously saved file when you save it. The previous file gets replaced with the new version if you click “Ok” or “Yes.” Choose Save As instead of Save if you wish to save the file under a new name or in a different location.

If a file is not saved, it is lost unless the software you are using automatically saves as you work. Your work is lost if, for example, you are writing a novel and the computer loses power or crashes and needs to be restarted.


Data is saved in RAM, which is a quick, volatile memory device, while you are working. RAM is named “volatile” because when its power supply is removed or turned off, it loses its data. Your disk, on the other hand, is “non-volatile” storage since it keeps its data even after the power is turned off.

A application saves files to the location that you choose. The software may store a file by default to a specified folder (e.g., My Documents) or by using the last saved location. You can save the file to whatever folder or disk you choose, or use the default location.

When you use the Save or Save As option in your software, you have the option of saving the file to your desktop. To do so, click the desktop icon or the left-hand side of the Save As dialog box. Then type a name for the file in the File name text box. If desired, change the file type in the Save as type drop-down box. After that, click Save.

There are two ways to save a file to another diskette or drive, such as a USB flash drive, hard drive, or network drive. To begin, select the Save As option while the file is open, and then browse to the other disk. Select “This PC” in the Save As box in Microsoft Windows, for example. Select the location where you want to save the file by clicking the drive. Then give the file a name and save it.

You may also copy (save) one or more files from where they are now and paste them to a diskette or other device.

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