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1GB is 1000MB

Starting from scrap:

1 bit = 0/1 value, this is the real unity

1 Byte = 8 bits (eg : 010110100101 )


1KB=1000 Bytes

1MB=1000KB

1GB=1000MB

1TB=1000GB (TB is tera byte).



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