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Computer Storage

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Susan Bourenane

on 14 October 2011

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Transcript of Computer Storage

binary digit
Basic Unit of Computer Storage
the smallest unit of storage on a computer system
A computer only understands electrical impulses being switched on and off. Each of these pulses is called a bit.
If the electrical pulse is on, the value is
If the electrical pulse is off, the value is
1.
0.
1 bit x 2 = 2
x 2 = 4
x 2 = 8
We need one byte to store one number or letter (character) in the computer.
1 byte x 2 = 2
x 2 = 4
x 2 = 8
x 2 = 16
x 2 = 32
x 2 = 64
x 2 = 128
x 2 = 256
x 2 = 512
x 2 = 1024
1 kilobyte (kb)
bytes
kilobytes
1 megabyte (mb)
1 megabyte x 2 = 2
x 2 = 4
x 2 = 8
x 2 = 16
x 2 = 32
x 2 = 64
x 2 = 128
x 2 = 256
x 2 = 512
x 2 = 1024
1 gigabyte (gb)
megabytes
1 kilobyte x 2 = 2
x 2 = 4
x 2 = 8
x 2 = 16
x 2 = 32
x 2 = 64
x 2 = 128
x 2 = 256
x 2 = 512
x 2 = 1024
byte
kilobyte
megabyte
gigabyte
Storage Devices
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