Yeah, somewhere in the industry the computer people decided to redefine what
k,M and G mean based on powers of 2.
Typo correction: G^9 (US Billion, most other's 1000 Million)
"Bill" wrote in message
For those not in the know, when measuring memory, 1 KB=2^10 bytes, 1
MB=2^20 bytes, 1 GB=2^30 bytes. For measuring most everying else, like
network speed for instance, 1 Kb = 10^3 BITS, 1KB ^BYTES, M ^6,
You can generally trust manufacturers to choose units which make their
product look it's best.