Define Basic units of data storage?
The basic units that are used for data storage are described below.
Bit: The binary digit 1 or 0 is called a bit. It is the basic unit for storing
data in the computer memory.
Byte: A group of 8-bits is called byte. One character takes one byte of
Kilobyte: A kilobyte consists of 1024 bytes. It is denoted by KB.
Megabyte: A megabyte consists of 1024 kilobytes. It is denoted by MB.
Gigabyte: A gigabyte consists of 1024 megabytes. It is denoted by GB.
Terabyte: A terabyte consists of 1024 gigabytes. It is denoted by TB.