A store may refer to any of the following:
1. As a verb, store or storing is saving information for later use. With computers, you store information on a storage device, such as an internal hard drive, optical disc drive, or an external storage device.
For solid-state storage devices (which have no moving parts), binary data is stored as a persistent electric charge. If the charge is lost without a flow of electricity, the storage is volatile memory (such as a RAM (random-access memory) chip). If the charge persists even when power is turned off, the storage is called non-volatile memory (such as an SSD) (solid-state drive).
The computer's OS (operating system) is responsible for storing data on your computer. When you save data on a computer, the operating system stores it in units called files in an organizational structure called a file system.
4. The Internet domain suffix .store is for United States domain for retail business sites.