How Much Is 1gb?

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A gigabyte is either 230 (1073741824) bytes or 109 (1 billion) bytes or 1024 megabytes. By now the difference between the binary version and the decimal version is quite significant.
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1 Gigabyte. (or GB) = 1024 megabytes. or. 1048576 kilobytes. or. 1073741824 bytes. or. 8589934592 bits.
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The operating system doesn't see all 4GB because there is a 4GB total limit on 32-bit addressing space. Some of that space is needed for hardware devices, like video, interrupts,
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