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This calculator is designed to help you convert bytes to and from other values using binary system values. Simply enter the value you want to calculate then click the relevant button to calculate the corresponding values.

Please see the notes below if you need more information about the differences between Megabytes and Mebibytes.

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Kibibytes (KiB):
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Gibibytes (GiB):
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  1. The Megabyte (MB) is a unit of computer storage, historically used to represent either 1000 KB or 1024 KB, causing confusion. In 1998, the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) introduced the term Mebibyte (MiB) for 1024 KB, resolving the ambiguity. Now, Megabyte refers to 1000 KB, enabling better understanding for users.
  2. What's the difference between Megabytes (MB) and Mebibytes (MiB)? The difference becomes more significant with larger storage sizes. Check the tables below:

    MB uses a decimal prefix system (1 MB = 1,000,000 bytes):

    Decimal Name Byte Value
    Kilobyte (KB) 1,000
    Megabyte (MB) 1,000,000
    Gigabyte (GB) 1,000,000,000
    Terabyte (TB) 1,000,000,000,000

    MiB uses a binary prefix system (1 MiB = 1,048,576 bytes):

    Binary Name Byte Value
    Kibibyte (KiB) 1,024
    Mebibyte (MiB) 1,048,576
    Gibibyte (GiB) 1,073,741,824
    Tebibyte (TiB) 1,099,511,627,776

  3. Who uses Megabytes and Mebibytes? There is still some confusion, however Megabytes are usually used in commercial environments such as disk storage, whereas Mebibytes are used in academic, technical and open system environments. For example, hard drive manufacturers may list a drive as 100GB capacity, but your operating system may show the capacity as 93GiB, or even 93GB.




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