# How to Convert Byte to Megabyte (Bytes to MB) ?

Byte is the fundamental unit to measure the digital data and Megabyte is the most common unit. Let us see how to convert Byte to Megabyte and viceversa.

Byte and Megabyte are units of digital data storage used to measure the size or capacity of files, memory, and storage devices. The main difference between them lies in their scale:

Byte: A byte is the smallest unit of digital data storage and consists of 8 bits. It can represent a single character or symbol, such as a letter, number, or punctuation mark. Bytes are the building blocks of digital information and are used to measure small amounts of data.

Megabyte (MB): One megabyte is equal to 1,000,000 bytes or 1,000 kilobytes. It is a larger unit and is commonly used to describe the size of files and storage capacities in modern computing systems. Megabytes are used to measure medium-sized files, documents, images, and applications.

### Conversion between Byte and Megabyte

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Byte [B]
Kilobyte [kB]
Megabyte [MB]
Gigabyte [GB]
Terabyte [TB]
Petabyte [PB]
Exabyte [EB]
Zettabyte [ZB]
Yottabyte [YB]
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There are 1,000,000 Bytes in 1 Megabytes, calculated as 1000^2 or 10^6 Byes.

1 MB = 1 x 1000 x 1000 = 1,000,000 Bytes

From the above, we can convert bytes to Megabytes by dividing by 1,000,000.

MB = Bytes / (1000x1000)

And similarly convert Megabytes to bytes by multiplying with 1,000,000.

Bytes = MB x (1000x1000)

For eg. here we convert 234,560,293 Bytes to Megabytes.
234560293/( 1000x1000) = 234.560293 MB

and 234.560293 MB can be converted to Bytes..
234.560293 x (1000x1000) = 234,560,293 Bytes

You can use below tools to quickly convert from Kilobytes to Megabytes and vice versa.