What is a megabyte?

Answer A megabyte is a unit of information or computer storage equal to approximately one million bytes. It is commonly abbreviated MB. Mb is used for megabits ag... Read More »

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Kilobyte, megabyte, gigabyte, terabyte... What comes next?

Petabytes, Exabytes, Zetabytes and then Yottabytes.1024 terabytes is a Petabyte1024 Petabytes is an Exabyte1024 Exabytes is Zetabyte1024 Zetabytes is a Yottabyte

Can someone explain to me what GB (gigabyte) and MB (megabyte) is and what the difference is?

Hey, KrazyBeautiful! If you can slog through the Microsoft answers you got (they're basically correct, but totally useless to you), that's great. If not, read on...Computers are stupid--they can ... Read More »

Bit, byte, kilobyte, megabyte, gigabyte, terabyte; what comes next Who decides or invents those measures?

although computer data and file size is normally measured in binary code using the binary number system (counted by factors of two 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, etc), the prefixes for the multiples are b... Read More »

How big is a megabyte A gigabyte A terabyte ?

each one is 1024 times the previousmegabyte = 1024 KBGB = 1024 MBTB = 1024 GBAnd of course, a kilobyte is 1024 bytesand a byte is 8 bitsand a bit is 1 or 0