Q: What does GB and TB means?

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A TB external hard drive means that the storage capacity of the particular hard drive is equal to 1 TB or terabyte. A terabyte is equal to 1,000 gigabytes or GB.

There are 1024 gb in a tb. 1 tb=1024 gb. it is easier to say 1 tb rather than 1024 gb. ex. 2 tb= 2048 gb

A 1 TB disk is twice the capacity of a 500 GB disk. I TB = 1000 GB 500 GB = 0.5 TB

No. 1 TB equals to 1024 GB.

1 TB is 1000 GB, so 10000 GB = 10 TB roughly, its not all 1 and 0 but you get the picture.

32,000 GB in 32 TB, I am sticking to the 1000 GB = 1 TB rule.

1,000. However, since you mention RAM, you probably mean 'GiB' (Gibibyte or 1024 x 1024 x 1024 bytes) and TiB (Tebibyte). In which case, predictably enough, 1,024.

Yes. 1.81 Tb is equal to 1,853.44 Gb

1 TB simply means that the storage device is precisely 1024 gigabytes, which is a large amount of storage space.

1024 GB = 1 TB.

1 TB1024 GB = 1 00tbdefinately TB

a terabyte is 1000 gigabytes, a cd normally is around 700-800 Mb. this means a 800 Mb cd is 0,78125 of a Gb, thus in one tb 0,78125*1000= 781 cd's will fit