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bit   B
=  0.125
=  0.250
=  0.375
=  0.500
=  0.625
=  0.750
=  0.875
=  1.000
=  1.125
=  1.250
=  1.375
=  1.500
=  1.625
=  1.750
=  1.875
=  2.000
=  2.125
=  2.250
=  2.375
=  2.500
=  2.625
=  2.750
=  2.875
=  3.000
=  3.125
bit   B
=  3.250
=  3.375
=  3.500
=  3.625
=  3.750
=  3.875
=  4.000
=  4.125
=  4.250
=  4.375
=  4.500
=  4.625
=  4.750
=  4.875
=  5.000
=  5.125
=  5.250
=  5.375
=  5.500
=  5.625
=  5.750
=  5.875
=  6.000
=  6.125
=  6.250
bit   B
=  6.375
=  6.500
=  6.625
=  6.750
=  6.875
=  7.000
=  7.125
=  7.250
=  7.375
=  7.500
=  7.625
=  7.750
=  7.875
=  8.000
=  8.125
=  8.250
=  8.375
=  8.500
=  8.625
=  8.750
=  8.875
=  9.000
=  9.125
=  9.250
=  9.375
bit   B
=  9.500
=  9.625
=  9.750
=  9.875
=  10.000
=  10.125
=  10.250
=  10.375
=  10.500
=  10.625
=  10.750
=  10.875
=  11.000
=  11.125
=  11.250
=  11.375
=  11.500
=  11.625
=  11.750
=  11.875
=  12.000
=  12.125
=  12.250
=  12.375
=  12.500

# BITS to BYTES Conversion Table

 bit  =  0.125 B

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## How to convert from BITS to BYTES

Since 1 bit is equal to 0.125 bytes, we could say that n bits are equal to 0.125 times n bytes. In other words, we could use the following formula:

bytes = bits x 0.125

For example, let's say that we want to convert 2.0 bits to bytes. Then, we just replace bits in the abovementioned formula with 2.0:

bytes = 2.0 x 0.125

That is, 2.0 bits are equal to 0.25 bytes.

# Understanding Computer Data Storage Units

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We want our users to be aware of this discrepancy, so when comparing our storage sizes to other sources, especially those following SI standards, you might notice a slight variation due to the differing definitions of kilobyte.

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