Hey, everyone, I have some information to share about bytes and files.
I'm already in class , so why not?
I guess so.
Byte is a unit. The most common one you know is Gigabyte because whenever we buy a device such as a phone, tablet, or ipad. We ask how many GB (Gigabytes) it has. Because that states the amount of storage the device can hold.
There is also Megabytes (MB), Kilobytes (KB), Terabytes (TB) and much more. Each of these can convert back to its basic unit (bytes).
In the beginning of class you said something about files. What are those?
Oh yeahhh, I know what a Gigabyte is. I hate it when I buy on itunes extra GB because my phone doesn't have enough storage.
How many bytes are in each?
Jenna, File sizes are basically what I explained about those are the sizes because not all of the types of bytes have the same amount.
Maya, each one has it's own amount. For example, 1KB = about 1,000 bytes, 1 MB = about 1 million bytes, GB = about 1 billion bytes, TB = about 1 trillion bytes.