The amount of information is the weight of this information on the storage device or otherwise - the space (place) that it occupies. The amount of information is measured in two basic units: bytes and bits. Both byte and bit are counted in the binary system, which, for the convenience of users only, is reduced to similar values of the decimal system. Thus, the kilo, mega, giga and other prefixes do not determine the usual degree of 10 in the amount of a number, but the degree of 2. Therefore, a megabyte, for example, is equal to 1024 kilobytes, and not 1000, as one might assume. One byte is 8 times the size of a bit. Today, more and more information is expressed in bytes, while, for example, the data transfer rate is often expressed depending on the bits. Most people come across units of information volume almost every day: downloading files, counting Internet traffic, choosing a USB flash drive or hard drive, studying the statistics of money spent on mobile Internet. Using the information volume converter, you can navigate much faster in the world of virtual data units. How to use: Enter a value, for example 10 GB, in the appropriate field and press "Enter" - you will get the exact values of the specified amount of data in different units.