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Welcome to kB to MB, our article about converting kilobytes to megabytes.

Here you can find the formula and an unit converter, along with some facts you should take into account for converting units of digital information. 🙂

To start with the discussion, k stands for kilo (10^3), a decimal unit prefix denoting thousand.

The symbol k is always lowercase, in contrast to the decimal unit prefix mega (10^6) which represents one million and has the symbol M, uppercase.



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What really makes a difference in you want to change kB to MB is whether the letter B is upper or lowercase.

B means byte, whereas b stands for bit.

A byte comprises of a block of bits, usually eight bits.

On this website we answer how many megabytes in a kilobyte.

Read on to learn all about it.

How many MB in a kB?

As follows from the explanation above, the question how many MB in a kB on this site refers to kilobytes, but it can be reduced to how many kilo in a mega.

Mega means thousand kilos, so we get the following answers:

How many MB in a kB: 0.0001 MB – A kilobyte is 1/1000 megabytes
How many Mb in a kb: 0.0001 Mb – A kilobit is 1/1000 megabits

If you remember that the kilo to mega ratio is 1 : 1000, then you can convert all units easily.

Mega = 1000 x kilo.

Next is the formula, followed by our calculator you don’t want to miss.

How to Convert kB to MB?

As there are 1000 kilobytes in a megabyte, so we have to divide the amount of kilobyte by 1000.

The formula is [MB] = [kB] / 1000.

As simple as that.

0.001 MB = 1 kB
0.001 Megabyte = 1 Kilobyte

For your convenience we have created an app; you can find it above.

Now a few words about kibibyte (KiB) and mebibyte (MiB). Kibi (1024) and mebi (1024^2) are binary prefixes denoting 2^10, and 2^20, respectively.

Kibibytes and mebibytes are units (multiples) of bytes to quantify digital information using the base 2 system.

In contrast, kilobytes (1000 B) and megabytes (1000000 B) use the base 10 system.

About our KB to MB Converter

Using our app at the top of this page is straightforward.

Just enter the amount in kilobytes.

That’s it.

To conduct another conversion press reset first.

Here you can convert MB to kB.

If you like our kB to MB converter then bookmark it now as chances are high you need it again in the future.

And note that you can also find frequent kB in MB conversions using the search form on the sidebar of this page.

Frequent conversions in this category include, for instance:

We have not said much about the units of digital information kiB and MiB.

In fact, some vendors and some items used in computing and electronic storage use units different from kilobyte and megabytes to denote data capacity.

All this is explained in depth on MB to GB, where you can also find all about the MB to GB conversion and vice versa.

We really recommend you check it out because how many megabytes in a kilobyte can depend if the terms are not used strictly according to their definition.

About This Article

We have created this article to help you converting the multiples of the unit byte, and to give you some background information, instead of just stating the result of the conversion.

Before we sum all up with an image, here’s the link to the data transfer rate kbps to mbps.

We thought we had better make an article of it’s own because the speed usually means kilobits per second, lowercase b, yes.

This brings us to the end of our article about converting units of digital storage.

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– Article written by Mark, last updated on February 21st, 2024