Posted by affordablehispeed in Admin Notices, Laughter - It helps. on July 5, 2012
This may cost you a fortune to view, but if you’re feeling rich today have a look at this Rick Mercer video. We’re not the only ones mad at Bell & Rogers!
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The size of computer data is measured in bytes. Just like a kilometer is a measure of 1000 meters, kilobytes, megabytes, and gigabytes are larger measurements of bytes.
The correlation of kilobytes, megabytes, and gigabytes is:
1. kilobyte = 1000 (or 1024) bytes
2. megabyte = 1000 (or 1024) kilobytes
3. gigabyte = 1000 (or 1024) megabytes
Note: According to customer service, Bell calculates our data as 1024mb = 1 gb
There really are 1024 bytes in a kilobyte. The reason for this is because computers are based on the binary system. That means hard drives and memory are measured in powers of 2.
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