kb to gb

A kb is defined as the digital information which consists of the eight bits; the unit kb is a short notation of the unit kilobyte. The value of kb is equal to the 10^3 bytes, which is also similar to the 1000 bytes. The unit kilobyte is based on the byte that is derived from the bit, and the kb is one of the most critical units which make the use of the SI prefix.

kb to gb

Today the international electrotechnical commission defined a new name for unit byte.  The unit kb is used in the information technology to a way to express the byte multiples as the power of the 2. the unit kb is also used in the data storage for measuring the file size, and the storage device such as flash drives, or the floppy disc.

The unit GB is the handy unit, and it is the short form of the gigabyte, the value of the unit gigabyte is equal to the 10^9 byte. Here the byte can be defined by the digital information which consists of the eight bits of the binary digits. The GB is the unit which is mainly based on the byte, which is derived from the bit. The prefix used in the unit is the international system of the group. This unit is the most commonly understood in the term of the decimal definition of the 1000^3 byte.

There are so many conversions are available on the internet. here we provide you the most common and the mainly useful translation of the kb into the GB.

Conversion:

  •    The value of the 1 kb is equal to the 1e-6 gb.
  •    The value of the 2 kb is equal to the 2e-6 gb.
  •    The value of the 3 kb is equal to the 3e-6 gb.
  •    The value of the 4 kb is equal to the 4e-6 gb.
  •    The value of the 5 kb is equal to the 5e-6 gb.