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Megabytes to Kilobytes Conversion Examples

1 MB = 1024 Kilobytes
Example for 20 Megabytes:
20 Megabytes = 20 (Megabytes)
20 Megabytes = 20 x (1024 Kilobytes)
20 Megabytes = 20480 Kilobytes
Example for 10 Megabytes:
10 Megabytes = 10 (Megabytes)
10 Megabytes = 10 x (1024 Kilobytes)
10 Megabytes = 10240 Kilobytes
Example for 8192 Megabytes:
8192 Megabytes = 8192 (Megabytes)
8192 Megabytes = 8192 x (1024 Kilobytes)
8192 Megabytes = 8388608 Kilobytes

Megabytes to Kilobytes Conversion Chart


Megabytes

Kilobytes

1 MB

1024 KB

2 MB

2048 KB

3 MB

3072 KB

4 MB

4096 KB

5 MB

5120 KB

6 MB

6144 KB

7 MB

7168 KB

8 MB

8192 KB

9 MB

9216 KB

10 MB

10240 KB

11 MB

11264 KB

12 MB

12288 KB

13 MB

13312 KB

14 MB

14336 KB

15 MB

15360 KB

16 MB

16384 KB

17 MB

17408 KB

18 MB

18432 KB

19 MB

19456 KB

20 MB

20480 KB

21 MB

21504 KB

22 MB

22528 KB

23 MB

23552 KB

Megabytes

Kilobytes

24 MB

24576 KB

25 MB

25600 KB

26 MB

26624 KB

27 MB

27648 KB

28 MB

28672 KB

29 MB

29696 KB

30 MB

30720 KB

31 MB

31744 KB

32 MB

32768 KB

33 MB

33792 KB

34 MB

34816 KB

35 MB

35840 KB

36 MB

36864 KB

37 MB

37888 KB

38 MB

38912 KB

39 MB

39936 KB

40 MB

40960 KB

41 MB

41984 KB

42 MB

43008 KB

43 MB

44032 KB

44 MB

45056 KB

45 MB

46080 KB

46 MB

47104 KB

47 MB

48128 KB

48 MB

49152 KB

49 MB

50176 KB

50 MB

51200 KB

Megabytes

Kilobytes

50 MB

51200 KB

55 MB

56320 KB

60 MB

61440 KB

65 MB

66560 KB

70 MB

71680 KB

75 MB

76800 KB

Megabytes

Kilobytes

80 MB

81920 KB

85 MB

87040 KB

90 MB

92160 KB

95 MB

97280 KB

100 MB

102400 KB

105 MB

107520 KB

110 MB

112640 KB

115 MB

117760 KB

120 MB

122880 KB

125 MB

128000 KB

130 MB

133120 KB

135 MB

138240 KB

140 MB

143360 KB

145 MB

148480 KB

150 MB

153600 KB

155 MB

158720 KB

160 MB

163840 KB

165 MB

168960 KB

170 MB

174080 KB

175 MB

179200 KB

180 MB

184320 KB

185 MB

189440 KB

190 MB

194560 KB

195 MB

199680 KB

200 MB

204800 KB

205 MB

209920 KB

210 MB

215040 KB

215 MB

220160 KB

220 MB

225280 KB

225 MB

230400 KB

230 MB

235520 KB

235 MB

240640 KB

240 MB

245760 KB

245 MB

250880 KB

250 MB

256000 KB

Megabytes

Kilobytes

255 MB

261120 KB

260 MB

266240 KB

265 MB

271360 KB

270 MB

276480 KB

275 MB

281600 KB

280 MB

286720 KB

285 MB

291840 KB

290 MB

296960 KB

295 MB

302080 KB

Megabytes to Kilobytes Common Values


Megabytes

Kilobytes

1 MB

1024 KB

20 MB

20480 KB

10 MB

10240 KB

8 MB

8192 KB

2 MB

2048 KB

1.5 MB

1536 KB

6 MB

6144 KB

50 MB

51200 KB

5 MB

5120 KB

30 MB

30720 KB

3 MB

3072 KB

4 MB

4096 KB

100 MB

102400 KB

15 MB

15360 KB

20480 MB

20971520 KB

12 MB

12288 KB

30720 MB

31457280 KB

200 MB

204800 KB

8192 MB

8388608 KB

Unix - Useful Commands

Files and Directories: These commands allow you to create directories and handle files.
Command
cat
cd
chgrp
chmod
cp
file
find
grep
head
ln
ls
mkdir
more
mv
pwd
rm
rmdir
tail
touch

Description
Display File Contents
Changes Directory to dirname
change file group
Changing Permissions
Copy source file into destination
Determine file type
Find files
Search files for regular expressions.
Display first few lines of a file
Create softlink on oldname
Display information about file type.
Create a new directory dirname
Display data in paginated form.
Move (Rename) a oldname to newname.
Print current working directory.
Remove (Delete) filename
Delete an existing directory provided it is empty.
Prints last few lines in a file.
Update access and modification time of a file.

Manipulating data: The contents of files can be compared and altered with the following
commands.
Command
awk
cmp
comm
cut
dif
expand
join
perl
sed
sort
split
tr
uniq
wc
vi
vim
fmt
spell
ispell
ispell
emacs
ex, edit
emacs
emacs

Description
Pattern scanning and processing language
Compare the contents of two files
Compare sorted data
Cut out selected fields of each line of a file
Diferential file comparator
Expand tabs to spaces
Join files on some common field
Data manipulation language
Stream text editor
Sort file data
Split file into smaller files
Translate characters
Report repeated lines in a file
Count words, lines, and characters
Opens vi text editor
Opens vim text editor
Simple text formatter
Check text for spelling error
Check text for spelling error
Check text for spelling error
GNU project Emacs
Line editor
GNU project Emacs
GNU project Emacs

Compressed Files: Files may be compressed to save space. Compressed files can be
created and examined:
Command
Compress
Gunzip

Description
Compress files
Uncompress gzipped files

Gzip
Uncompress
Unzip
Zcat
Zcmp
Zdif
Zmore

GNU alternative compression method


Uncompress files
List, test and extract compressed files in a ZIP archive
Cat a compressed file
Compare compressed files
Compare compressed files
File perusal filter for crt viewing of compressed text

Getting Information: Various Unix manuals and documentation are available on-line. The
following Shell commands give information:
Command
apropos
info
man
whatis
yelp

Description
Locate commands by keyword lookup
Displays command information pages online
Displays manual pages online
Search the whatis database for complete words.
GNOME help viewer

Network Communication: These following commands are used to send and receive files
from a local UNIX hosts to the remote host around the world.
Command
Description
ftp
File transfer program
rcp
Remote file copy
rlogin
Remote login to a UNIX host
rsh
Remote shell
tftp
Trivial file transfer program
telnet
Make terminal connection to another host
ssh
Secure shell terminal or command connection
scp
Secure shell remote file copy
sftp
secure shell file transfer program
Some of these commands may be restricted at your computer for security reasons.
Messages between Users: The UNIX systems support on-screen messages to other users
and world-wide electronic mail:
Command
Description
evolution
GUI mail handling tool on Linux
mail
Simple send or read mail program
mesg
Permit or deny messages
parcel
Send files to another user
pine
Vdu-based mail utility
talk
Talk to another user
write
Write message to another user
Programming Utilities: The following programming tools and languages are available
based on what you have installed on your Unix.
Command
dbx
gdb
make
nm
size
strip
cb
cc
ctrace
gcc

Description
Sun debugger
GNU debugger
Maintain program groups and compile programs.
Print program's name list
Print program's sizes
Remove symbol table and relocation bits
C program beautifier
ANSI C compiler for Suns SPARC systems
C program debugger
GNU ANSI C Compiler

indent
bc
gcl
perl
php
py
asp
CC
g++
javac
appletvieweir
netbeans
sqlplus
sqlldr
mysql

Indent and format C program source


Interactive arithmetic language processor
GNU Common Lisp
General purpose language
Web page embedded language
Python language interpreter
Web page embedded language
C++ compiler for Suns SPARC systems
GNU C++ Compiler
JAVA compiler
JAVA applet viewer
Java integrated development environment on Linux
Run the Oracle SQL interpreter
Run the Oracle SQL data loader
Run the mysql SQL interpreter

Misc Commands: These commands list or alter information about the system:
Command
chfn
chgrp
chown
date
determin
du
echo
exit
finger
groupadd
groups
homequota
iostat
kill
last
logout
lun
netstat
passwd
passwd
printenv
ps
ps
quota -v
reset
script
script
setenv
stty
time
top
tset
tty
umask
uname
uptime
useradd
users

Description
Change your finger information
Change the group ownership of a file
Change owner
Print the date
Automatically find terminal type
Print amount of disk usage
Echo arguments to the standard options
Quit the system
Print information about logged-in users
Create a user group
Show group memberships
Show quota and file usage
Report I/O statistics
Send a signal to a process
Show last logins of users
log of UNIX
List user names or login ID
Show network status
Change user password
Change your login password
Display value of a shell variable
Display the status of current processes
Print process status statistics
Display disk usage and limits
Reset terminal mode
Keep script of terminal session
Save the output of a command or process
Set environment variables
Set terminal options
Time a command
Display all system processes
Set terminal mode
Print current terminal name
Show the permissions that are given to view files by default
Display name of the current system
Get the system up time
Create a user account
Print names of logged in users

vmstat
w
who

Report virtual memory statistics


Show what logged in users are doing
List logged in users