One Thousand KB equals one Megabyte
one million kilobytes one thousand megabytes one gigabyte
One gigabyte (1GB) is equal to one thousand megabytes (1000MB), so five gigabytes (5GB) is equal to five thousand megabytes (5000MB).
One thousand KB's = 1MB. So it'd be 14000 KB's.
a thousand 1 kilobite is equal to 0.00098 megabyte.
One billion - there are one thousand KB (kilobytes) in a MB (Megabyte), one thousand MB in a GB (Gigabyte), and one thousand GB in a TB (Terabyte).
Technically, no. Everyone thinks that each level is only worth 1,000 (e.g., one megabyte equals one thousand kilobytes, etc.), but each level is actually worth 1,024. So, one megabytes is actually equal to 1,048,576 bytes.
Bits are way measuring data. Eight bits equal one byte. One thousand bytes equal one kilobyte. One thousand kilobytes equal one megabyte and so on.
Five thousand. Simple multiplication.
Remember, a gigabyte is a thousand megabytes which is a thousand kilobytes which is a thousand bytes. So just divide by one million.
One gigabyte is equal to one thousand and twenty four megabytes in a computer. The more digital storage space you have, the more files you can save and store on your computer.
There are one thousand megabytes in one gigabyte.