It means how much data has been sent up and down your LAN line.
Through LAN bytes are not only send, they are also received. LAN is the acronym for Local Access Network ... basically a computer network. In a network bytes are sent and received.
A padlock icon typically means that the data is being exchanged over an encrypted connection, such as SSL or TLS.
this might be the case of virus in the computer due to which the receiving is less then sent.
Not sent or not received. It depends on the error.
Bits and bytes are processed into binary code (0 & 1) and are sent to the processor to be processed (hence the name) into the computer's motherboard and is sent to wherever it needs to go.
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The party you sent an application to, received the application. This is usually a status message received during a routine Internet session.
Domestic mail is sent to an received from the same country. Mail sent from Los Angeles to New York is an example.
synchronous transmission. In a asynchronous transmission, data is sent as individual data bytes
A better way to term it is Requested information and Received information. Requested or Requests for information are always smaller than the Received amount, because the amount of data available is more than the request. For example if you enter a search term on Google, your Request is only a few bytes, but the amount of information received from that request is a lot more. Though it of course depends on how much you actually view and / or download, the amount of information you transmit to the web is virtually always less than what you receive, due to the sheer amount of information available. However, information sent and received can come close in certain situations, such as transmitting data to a web server (uploading), or remote connection to another system and transferring information between the 2.
A magabyte isn't a word. A: If you mean Megabyte then there are 1048576 bytes in a Megabyte.
In computer memory terms, one gigabyte = 1,073,741,824 bytes. In telecomunication terms, it is commonly referred to as 1,000,000,000 bytes. For most marketing reasons, it is shortened to mean 1,000,000,000 bytes, however this is slightly misleading.
8 giga bytes
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Did you mean: 'How much bytes in 1 KB?' If you did: the answer is 1000 bytes in 1 KB.
The padding needs to make the size of the data section 46 bytes. If the data received from the upper layer is 42 bytes, we need 46 − 42 = 4 bytes of padding.
64K means 64,000. So you have to take the "K" in context. If you were speaking about computers, it would mean kilo-bytes (bytes of data). It could mean kilo-grams, etc.
it means 8 megabytes (MB). 1meg= 1,048,576 bytes, or about one million bytes.
About a Billion Bytes = 1 Gigabyte so I'm guessing Billion Byte Long Term?
its awesome to be able to answer this it is sent through the web
Besides the second letter of the alphabet it can also mean bytes.
A set of rules, about how data should be sent, received, what to do in case of errors, etc.A set of rules, about how data should be sent, received, what to do in case of errors, etc.A set of rules, about how data should be sent, received, what to do in case of errors, etc.A set of rules, about how data should be sent, received, what to do in case of errors, etc.