Originally Posted by XSBagage
Are you a computer? I'm a lot more comfortable with powers of 10 compared to powers of 2.
I got a terabyte drive, I got 1,000,000,000,000 bytes, easy.
I got a terabyte drive, I got 1024*1024*1024*1024 bytes errrr ah yes 1099511627776 bytes. Now there's an easy number.
There is no added value in using powers of 2 to represent file size or disk sizes, so why use it?
because microsoft uses it
we all know how standard microsoft is