Michael Sander

One megabyte so 1,048,576 bytes, etc. from 1024 * 1024, hard drive manufacturers make this fact like to use. You expect exactly 1,000,000,000,000 bytes with the “normal” units and my one terabyte. After the continuing account of just one terabyte would but of 1024 5 bytes, i.e. (Source: Samsung). 1,099,511,627,776 bytes, exist. Our operating system indicating generally less free memory us as the manufacturer specifies. For this reason, new names were introduced.

“Kilo” is replaced by “Kibi”, “Mega” “Mibi”, “Giga” “Gibi” and “Tera” by “Kit”. A tebibyte is then equivalent to the real 1,099,511,627,776 bytes, etc. Unfortunately, these terms have still not quite achieved a breakthrough. ‘1 TB’ seems just better “Give 909”. In the next article will deal with continuing the memory. See also: computer hardware – conveys clear – part 1: introduction to computer hardware – understandable conveys – part 2: the real innovations in computer hardware – number systems computer hardware clearly conveys – part 3: – clearly conveys – part 4: number systems 2 computer hardware – understood conveys part 5: binary numbers of computer hardware – understood conveys part 6: coding standards computer hardware – understandable conveys – part 7: the personal computer computer hardware – mediated understandable – the basic structure of the CPU computer hardware part 8: – conveys clear – part 9: Conveys the frequency of computer hardware – understandable – part 10: gives the CPU cache computer hardware – understandably – part 11: gives the CPU cache 2 computer hardware – understandably – part 12: the motherboard computer hardware – understandable conveys – part 13: conveys the mainboard 2 computer hardware – understandable – part 14: conveys the motherboard 3 computer hardware – understandably – part 15: the BIOS the author Michael Sander also writes articles for sites where you can find cheap E.g. sofas in his spare time.