A KB is equivalent to 103 bytes, where a unit of 8-bit digital data (binary digits) is a byte.
The kilobyte is based on the bit byte and is used by the SI prefixes. This is the binary representation of the bytes used in the information technology. The latest prerequisites will be used to reference several 1024 bytes.
GB is one of the most widely used digital data units equal to 1 thousand bytes. In the field of computer, the value of 1 GB is equivalent to 230 bytes, or 1,073,741,824 bytes. GB is also used to mean memory capacity or film capacity, machine RAM, etc. GB is sometimes used. Usually the maximum quantity of data stored in a single layer DVD is 4,8 GB, and maximum quantity of information stored in a single Blue-ray disc layer is 25 GB.
1 kB = 9.5367431640625E-7 GB
1 GB = 1048576 kB
convert 15 kB to GB:
15 kB = 15 × 9.5367431640625E-7 GB = 1.43051E-5 GB
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