10mb its rubbish get a memory card is my advise! i have a new phone and it only had this much enternal memory so i bought a 5GB memory card and it held 50000 songs!! loll
see yah sn gals and buys
Asked in Arcade Games
How much does a Fable 2 profile take up on a Xbox 360 arcade memory unit?
10mb to save a profile
Asked in Computer Terminology, Email and IM
What is 10Mb in bytes?
100,000,000 bytes. However, 10MiB (Binary representation, used in windows) is 102,400,000 bytes Well when I split 100mb files into 10mb (actually 9,766KB just under 10mb) it each one is split at 10,000,000 bytes. I could be wrong but I do not think so. ...
How does wireless LAN work?
Wireless equipment transmits the data using radio waves. The frequencies vary depending on the specific equipment being used. Most modern wireless routers and cards are capable of 10mb+ speeds. ...
What are the factors of that depend my download speed except my provider gave it to me does it depend of upload speed of server were i download the file ....?
Yes the main contributers to download speed is how much you pay for and how good the upload is from the server you could pay for a 20mb download speed but if the server only has an upload speed of 10mb you can only get a speed of up to 10mb ...
Is Verizon Wireless Envy touch a smartphone?
No, the Envy Touch is a basic phone. At one time, it did require a 10MB data plan but it doesn't carry the fuctions of a smartphone and Verizon Wireless never considered it a smartphone. It is basic phone. ...
Asked in Computer Terminology
Is 10 megabytes a lot?
That's depend on what is being measured. Are you measuring storage capacity? Are you measuring a file? A 10MB hard drive would be considered tiny by today's standards. A 10MB text file would be considered huge. To what are you referring? ...
How many text records fit in a ZIP of 10MB assuming that normal compression is used?
This question depends on the size of each record, and the composition of the textual data. If we make some assumptions about the data, this question becomes answerable. Assuming a low cardinality (tons of repeating rows or fields) of the data, and a 4kb average record size, you could expect to store at least 8,000 rows of data. With 2kb average record sizes, you would approach 17k records, and 1kb-sized records would yield upwards of 33k total records. The smaller each row...