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By wbkern ·
I'm looking for a webpage or information on the relation ship of Kb through gigabit, tara. Thanks. Bill

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by Shanghai Sam In reply to information(webpag)Kb> ...

Although this website is a good source of information, it is a little to technical for beginners in our computer users group... Thanks, Bill

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by gmscne In reply to information(webpag)Kb>Mb= ...

1 Kb = 1024 bytes KiloByte
1 MB = 1,024,000 bytes MegaByte
1 GB - 1,024,000,000 bytes GigaByte
1 TB = 1,024,000,000,000 bytes TerraByte

1 byte = 8 bits
1 Kb = 8,192 bits
1 MB = 8,192,000 bits
1 GB = 8,192,000,000 bits
1 TB = 8,192,000,000,000 bits

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by Shanghai Sam In reply to information(webpag)Kb> ...

The sits you provided are good sources for beginners to understand size of documents and floppy ratio. Thanks, Bill

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