# How do you convert KB to MB

**How do you convert KB to MB?**

A kilobyte is a unit of digital information equal to 1000 bytes in decimal or 1024 bytes in binary system. The unit symbol for kilobyte is KB. There are 1000 (one thousand) kilobytes in a Megabyte in base 10 (SI). And also we can say that there are 1024 kilobytes in a Megabyte in base 2. So, A Megabyte is one thousand times bigger than a Kilobyte.

A Megabyte is another unit of transferred or stored digital information which is highly used in computer technology. A megabyte equals to one million bytes in decimal or 1,048,576 bytes in binary system.

For instance, if you want to convert 2 MB to KB, you multiply 2 by 1000 so that the result will be 2,000 Kilobytes in decimal (base 10). If you multiply 2 by 1,024 so that the result will be 2,048 kilobytes in binary (base 2).

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**How do you convert MB to GB?**

A megabyte is a unit of digital information equal to one million bytes in decimal system or 1,048,576 bytes in binary system. The unit symbol for Megabyte is MB. And there are one thousand megabytes in a Gigabyte. In other words, a gigabyte is 1000 times larger than a Megabyte.

A gigabyte is a unit of digital information equal to one thousand million bytes in decimal system or 1,073,741,824 bytes in binary system. The unit symbol for Gigabyte is GB.

So, you can convert gigabytes to megabytes or megabytes to gigabytes with a calculator or just a pencil and paper.

For example, if you want to convert 6000 MB to GB, you divide 6000 with 1000 so that the result will be 6 GB.

If you want to convert 128000 MB to GB, you divide 128000 with 1000 so that the result will be 128 GB.

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**How do you convert GB to TB?**

A gigabyte is a unit of digital data which equal to 1,000,000,000 bytes in base 10 and 1,073,741,824 bytes in base 2.

A terabyte is another unit of digital information which is going to be widely used in the nearest future in computer technology. The unit symbol for terabyte is TB. There are one thousand gigabytes in a Terabyte. So we can say that a TB is 1,000 times bigger than a GB.

If you would like to convert 12 TB to gigabytes, you multiply 12 by 1,000 so you’ll get 12,000 GB in base 10. If you multiply 12 by 1,024 and then you’ll get 12,288 GB in base 2.

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**How do you convert TB to PB?**

A terabyte is a multiple of the unit byte for digital information which equals to one trillion bytes or 1,000 gigabytes in SI.

A petabyte is a digital information measurement unit equal to 1,000,000 gigabytes in SI or 1,048,576 gigabytes in base two system. The unit symbol for the petabyte is PB. There are 1,000 terabytes in a Petabyte. Which means that a PB is one thousand times bigger than a TB. And also one thousand petabytes is equal to one exabyte.

If you want to convert 8 PB to TB, you multiply 8 by 1,000 so you’ll get 8,000 terabytes in SI. And if you multiply 8 by 1,024 and then you’ll get 8,192 terabytes in binary system.