- 1250 megabytes
- 1296 megabytes
- 1150 megabytes
- 1024 megabytes
1 GB is equal to 1024 megabytes. The size of information in the computer is measured in Kilobytes (KB), Megabytes (MB), Gigabytes (GB), and Terabytes (TB).
Why 1 GB is Equal to 1024 megabytes
- 1 Kilobyte (KB) is 1 thousand bytes or 1024 bytes
- One Gigabyte (GB) is 1024 Megabytes MB or 1 billion bytes
- One Megabyte (MB) is 1024 Kilobytes (KB) or 1 million bytes
- One Terabyte (TB) is roughly 1024 gigabytes (GB) or 1 trillion bytes
A multiple of the digital information storage unit byte is the gigabyte. According to the International system of units, the prefix Giga denotes 109. (SI). Consequently, a gigabyte is equal to one billion bytes. The gigabyte is denoted by the letter GB.
This definition is utilised in all aspects of science, business, engineering, and many fields of computing, which include storage capacities of solid-state drives, hard drives, and tapes along with data transmission speeds. It is particularly employed in the context of data science. However, the phrase is sometimes used, notably for RAM capacities, in some areas of information technology and computer science to refer to 1 073 741 824 (10243 or 230) bytes. As a result, several uses of gigabytes were confusing prior to 1998.
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