the number of bytes could it be to some gb i didn't remember a bad example here it is .
Thanks N i actually do really feel dumb now lol.

Initially published by N:

Take a look at: http://hosthelp.com/sizematters.php

N
1024 megs have been in a gig
Other people watch a couple of hosts now publish transfer in MBs rather than GBs??? Saves Them the 24 Megabytes I guess.

Even the amounts look better, "10,000 Megabytes".
Flashtechnics,

You shouldn't be so difficult on yourself. You are not dumb. You did not know or didn't remember an issue about computer systems and also you requested it inside a forum where many people ought to know. For the most part, you had been uninofrmed or ignorant (in the concept of being unsure of ). We are all unaware of a lot of things.

Now, if you wish to see really dumb posts here, even stupid, take a look at Slamming Publish why is it? In comparison for their posts, you're Einsteinian.
Initially published by Duster:
Now, if you wish to see really dumb posts here, even stupid, take a look at Slamming Publish why is it? In comparison for their posts, you're Einsteinian.
...Thanks Duster, may I've another?

------------------
tk
------
Whoops! There goes another $.02!
Chicken, To be sure. However list it as being Megabytes too what exactly does that say about me? I believe that for a few of the less net literate, listing in MB's is simpler to know.


------------------
Mike Astin
WebAuthorities
http://www.webauthorities.com
flashtechnics... you are not certainly that dumb. don't believe as it were you're because "a fool discussion he's an idiot is not that a fool in the end" !!!!

similarly, "a fool that does not know he's an idiot may be the greatest fool of all of them" !!!!

to understand you're ignorant and also to try to seek understanding is certainly a wise factor to complete !!!!

so, through the above reasoning, you are wise !!!!



Student
oh... i didn't remember

this is fundamental, consider you requested...

1,024 Bytes = 1 Kilobyte

1,024 Kilobytes = 1 Megabyte

1,024 Mb = 1 Gigabyte

1,024 Gb = 1tb

may be the spelling T-E-R-A-B-Y-T-E correct, men ???

this time around i am the one that is ignorant !!!!

1,024 Terabytes = 1 ? ? ?

LOL !!!!!!

Student
Thanks peeps .

Initially published by Student:
oh... i didn't remember

this is fundamental, consider you requested...

1,024 Bytes = 1 Kilobyte

1,024 Kilobytes = 1 Megabyte

1,024 Mb = 1 Gigabyte

1,024 Gb = 1tb

may be the spelling T-E-R-A-B-Y-T-E correct, men ???

this time around i am the one that is ignorant !!!!

1,024 Terabytes = 1 ? ? ?

LOL !!!!!!

Student
hey eddie, are you able to please message me i cant jump on yahoo for whatever reason....

sorry if the wasnt associated with the subject =
heh, really Mike, I truly don't believe it is either bad nor good. No opinion. Exactly that I observed a couple of hosts altering for this (ones that accustomed to list transfer for Package A at 1GB and today list it at 1000MB).

I additionally observe that they list bandwidth utilized in bytes (via a server user interface), to the newbie I am certain this really is quite enough to confuse them, heh.
  • 1