How Many GB Is 1 TB?


In computer language, GB stands for gigabyte and TB stands for terabyte. These, among many other terms, are units of measure for digital storage. There are 1024 GB in 1 TB.
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1 tb = 1024 gb
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One terabyte equals 1024 gigabytes.
1024gigabytes makes 1terabyte, just like 1024 bytes makes one kilobyte and 1024 kilobyte makes one megabyte.
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1 terabyte=1024 gigabyte A terabyte is a SI-multiple of the unit byte for digital information storage.
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