A megabyte is a unit of digital information that is often abbreviated as MB. It is equivalent to 1,000,000 or 1,048,576 bytes, depending on the volume or storage capacity being described. More »

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The difference between megabytes and gigabytes is the number of bytes that make up each unit and the amount of data they hold. A megabyte holds a million bytes, or about 1,000 kilobytes. A gigabyte holds about a billion ... More »

There are technically 1,024 megabytes in one gigabyte (GB). However, most hard drive manufacturers round down, so in most cases 1 gigabyte only contains 1,000 megabytes. More »

A MB, which is an abbreviation for a megabyte, is bigger than a KB, which is an abbreviation for a kilobyte. A megabyte is commonly understood to be equivalent to one million bytes, where a byte is equal to eight bits. W... More »

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There are 1,024 kilobytes in 1 megabyte. Computers use a binary system for storage and memory. This system uses binary digits known as bits. Each bit is either on or off, so it can either be a zero or one. More »

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The unit used to measure weight in the metric system is the gram. Other metric units for weight include the kilogram, the metric ton and the milligram. More »

The Oxford Dictionary defines horsepower as a unit of power equal to 550 foot-pounds per second. Because horsepower represents the total produced power of a system, however, it is not directly relatable to thrust. More »