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Information electronic form – Human has 295 exabits
Information electronic form – Researchers at the University of Southern California (USA) found that mankind has 295 exabits information. Personal computers and modern notebooks usually have memory approx. 100 Gb or more. In 1986. ⅓ information was recorded on paper – as archives, books, newspapers, etc.. The rest fell on the tapes, phonograph records, videos, photographs. Currently, only 0.07% of all the information on the paper. As many as 52% of global data is stored in retentive memory computers. It is followed by optical media (28% of information), DVRs (11%).