# Which is bigger MB or GB?

One megabyte in computer technology equals one million bytes or One thousand kilobytes of information. A Gigabyte is used in storage devices like hard drive or USB flash drive and a gigabyte is equal to one billion bytes or one million kilobytes of information. So, it clearly shows that **GB is bigger than MB.**

**Is a GB bigger than an MB?**

**Yes,** GB is always bigger than MB. A gigabyte is supposed to carry one billion bytes or one million kilobytes of information whereas a megabyte carries one million bytes or one thousand kilobytes of digital information.

GB = One Billion bytes or One Million kilobytes

MB = One Million bytes or One Thousand Kilobytes

So, **Gigabyte > Megabyte**

So the result is Gigabyte is bigger than a Megabyte.

**Is MB bigger than GB?**

The answer to this question is **NO**. A megabyte is a multiple unit byte of digital information, whereas a Gigabyte is multiple unit megabytes. MB is used to represent megabytes whereas GB is used to represent Gigabytes. From this part, it is clearly proved that MB is not bigger than GB.

**What’s bigger megabyte or gigabyte?**

If you are confused to conclude which one is bigger? MB or GB? We will show the answer to your question clearly.

**1 megabyte = 1000 Kilobytes** and for

**1 Gigabyte = 1000000 Kilobytes.**

By comparing the above two-unit representation forms, you can conclude that Gigabyte is bigger than Megabyte.

**Which is bigger GB or MB?**

Obviously, **GB is bigger than MB** without any doubt. One MB is equal to one million bytes of information or one thousand kilobytes, One GB is more likely equals to one billion bytes or one million kilobytes of information.