Isn't it already in kilobytes (kibibytes)?
its measured in KiB (kibibit/sec (Kib/s) != kilobyte/sec (kB/s))
What's a "kibibit" - is that a designation for 1000 bits, as opposed to "kilobit" (which would be 1024 bits?)? I assume that whatever it is, a "kibibyte" is the same number, only of bytes?
Last edited by MountainDewManiac (2013-12-04 17:45:02)
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