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Is a GB (Gigabyte) bigger than a TB (Terabyte)?

A gigabyte is a unit of information equal to one thousand million bytes. 1 Gigabyte is equivalent to 1,000,000,000 bytes in decimal and 1,073,741,824 bytes in binary. The unit symbol of Gigabyte is GB. GB has the prefix Giga.

A terabyte is a unit of information equal to one trillion bytes. 1 Terabyte is equivalent to 1,000,000,000,000 bytes in decimal and 1,099,511,627,776 bytes in binary. The unit symbol of Terabyte is TB. TB has the prefix Tera.

1 terabyte consists of 1000 gigabytes in decimal and 1024 gigabytes in binary. So, we can say that one terabyte (TB) is 1000 times bigger than a Gigabyte (GB).

Also check these examples:

1 TB = 1,000,000 MB (in decimal)

1 TB = 1,048,576 MB (in binary)

1 TB = 0.001 PB (in decimal)

1 TB = 0.0009765625 PB (in binary)

1 TB = 953674.31640625 MiB

1 TB = 953674.31640625 MiB

1 TB = 0.90949470177293 TiB

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