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2 GB how many kilobytes?

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10/02/2010

2 GB = 2,097,152 Kilobyte

Byte = the amount of computer memory stored in one ASCII character.

Example:

the letter A=1 byte and

the word INTERNET=8 bytes

the phrase INTERCAPE ONLINE=16 bytes

Byte = B

Kilobyte = K or KB

Megabyte = M or MB

Gigabyte = G or GB or Gig

Here is a conversion chart to show you how they all work together (exact calculations are shown in the parenthesis) 8 bits = 1 B 1,000 B

(1,024 B) 1 KB 10,000 B 10 KB 100,000 B 100 KB 1,000,000 B

(1,048,576 B) 1,000 KB 1 MB 10,000,000 B 10,000 KB 10 MB 100,000,000 B 100,000 KB 100 MB 1,000,000,000 B

(1,073,741,824 B) 1,000,000 KB 1,000 MB 1 G 1,000,000,000,000 B 1,000,000,000 KB 1,000,000 MB 1,000 G 1 Terabyte

Computer memory (RAM), storage space, and application and document sizes are measured in KBs or MBs