MB is about 1,000 bigger then KB so to answer your question, MB is bigger.
Surely, MB is bigger than KB.
kb then mb
MB is bigger
A MB (1024 Kilobytes) is bigger than a KB (1024 Bytes) There are 1024 KB's in a MB. MB is bigger.
A megabyte(MB) is 1024x A kilobyte(KB). So MB is bigger.
No. 1 MB = 1024 KB
One mb (megabyte) is 1000 times bigger than one kb (kilobyte).
1 MB = 1024 KB, so 2.56 MB is obviously much bigger than 653 KB.
...than not then... No. One Megabyte (MB) equals 1024 kilobytes (KB).
1 Mb is bigger
A KB is a kilobyte- that's 1024 bytes A 'MG' as you call it is a megabyte (MB) which is 1024 KB or 1048576 bytes So obviously, a megabyte is bigger
A MB is bigger than a KB; 1 megabyte is the equivalent to 1024 kilobytes.
A megabyte is larger than a kilobyte. 1 MB = 1024 KB -Hope I helped-
There are 1024 Kilobytes in a Megabyte, 1024 Megabytes in a Gigabyte. So it goes GB > MB > KB
MB. 1,024 Bytes = 1 KB or Kilobyte 1,024 KB = 1 MB or Megabyte 1,024 MB = 1 GB or Gigabyte. It's that simple.
A megabyte(mb) = 1024 kilobytes(kb) so it's 1024 times bigger.
KB is kilobyte 1 thousand bytesMB is megabyte 1 million bytes
A mb is bigger. 1024 bytes = 1 kilobyte (kb)and 1024kb = 1 megabyte (mb)
Yes. A megabyte is one thousand and twenty-four kilobytes (kb).