In computing terms One Kilobyte is generally equal to

Options :
  1. 1000 bytes
  2. 1024 bytes
  3. 1012 bytes
  4. 1056 bytes
Answer and Explanation :-

Answer: Option 2


Kilobyte is a unit of computer memory or data storage capacity. Generally 'Kilo' in decimal system stands for 1000 (10 to the power 3) and in binary system stands for 1024 (2 to the power 10). To avoid confusion KB or Kilobyte is used to follow the binary system, while kb or Kilobit is used to follow the decimal system.

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