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Windows 7: How many hex bytes for gigabyte

01 May 2011   #1
killer bee

windows7 Ultimate SP1 x32bit
How many hex bytes for gigabyte

Do you know how many hex bytes for 1GB? Are there any online convertor for that?

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01 May 2011   #2

openSUSE 13.1 64bit

8 bits in a byte (b)
1024 bytes in a kilobyte (KB)
1024 KB in a megabyte (MB)
1024 MB in a gigabyte (GB)

Hexadecimal bytes would be base 16 - think your better off googling it!!
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01 May 2011   #3

Windows 10 Pro (x64)

1 GB = 0x40000000
Used Windows Calculator > Programmer Mode
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02 May 2011   #4
killer bee

windows7 Ultimate SP1 x32bit

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by logicearth View Post
1 GB = 0x40000000
Used Windows Calculator > Programmer Mode
Are there any online service for that? So how much Hex bytes for 100GB?
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02 May 2011   #5

Windows 10 Pro (x64)

Open Windows Calculator, click on View > click on Programmer.
Input the number you want 100 in this case, then multiply [ * ] button, input this number: 1073741824
Then at the far left end of the calculator, there is a group of radio buttons, select the one labeled: hex.
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