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## File Size

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* This is only a donwload time simulation of how much time it would take to download the file.

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Q&A

It’s so easy it takes only 3 easy steps as follows.

1. First, enter your internet connection speed. If you don’t know your transfer speed, click on the “Test my internet speed” sign and we will test it in a few seconds.
2. Enter the file size of the thing you want to download. Don’t forget to choose the appropriate unit (e.g. KB, MB, GB, or TB).
3. Click on the Calculate button to see the download time minimum required to download the file. You can also see a simulation.

## What’s the difference between Mbps and MBps?

Mbps (or Mb/s or Mbit/s) stands for megabits per second. MBps (or MB/s) stands for megabytes for seconds.

The formula to convert from Megabits per second to Megabytes per second:

• Megabytes per second = Megabits per second ÷ 8

The formula to convert from Megabytes per second to Megabits per second:

• Megabits per second = Megabytes per second * 8

Internet service providers always use Mbps for communication the internet speed because it’s a larger number. So a 10 Mbps connection means 1.25 MBps.

 Unit. Symbol Bits (b) Bytes (B) Kilobit/s. (103) kbit/s 1,000 bit/s 125 B/s Megabit/s (106) Mbit/s 1,000 kbit/s 125 kB/s Gigabit/s. (109) Gbit/s 1,000 Mbit/s 125 MB/s Terabit/s (1012) Tbit/s 1,000 Gbit/s 125 GB/s Petabit/s (1015) Pbit/s 1,000 Tbit/s 125 TB/s

 Unit. Symbol Bits (b) Bytes (B) Kilobyte/s (103) kB/s 8,000 bit/s. 1,000 B/s Megabyte/s (106) MB/s 8,000 kbit/s 1,000 kB/s Gigabyte/s (109) GB/s 8,000 Mbit/s 1,000 MB/s Terabyte/s (1012) TB/s 8,000 Gbit/s 1,000 GB/s Petabyte/s (1015) PB/s 8,000 Tbit/s 1,000 TB/s