Hey guys, I was bored today and my fiencee and I were discussing units of measurement for computers. Here is what we got.

bit=0 or 1

nibble=4 bit

byte=8 bit

megabyte=1024 bytes

gigabyte=1024 megabytes

terabyte=1024 gigabytes

petabyte=1024 terabytes

exabyte=1024 petabyte

zettabyte=1024 exabyte

yottabyte=1024 zettabyte

xonabyte=1024 yottabyte

wekabyte=1024 xonabyte

vundabyte=1024 wekabyte

udabyte=1024 vundabyte

tredabyte=1024 udabyte

sortabyte=1024 tredabyte

rintabyte=1024 sortabyte

quexabyte=1024 rintabyte

peptabyte=1024 quexabyte

ochabyte=1024 peptabyte

nenabyte=1024 ochabyte

mingabyte=1024 nenabyte

lumabyte=1024 mingabyte

(?)byte=1024 lumabyte

I am unsure that there is anything higher than that, but my calculator stopped at udabyte, and it could not carry any more decimals rofl. So, I am going to say that by my calculations, a lumabyte is....big. Rofl.

In any case, anyone know of a larger measurement or is that as high as it goes? I am sure at some point windows will no longer say "your harddrive is (x)bytes large" instead it will probably say "your harddrive is (x) terabyte large" and keep going from there....though, is there really enough data in the world to fill a lumabyte? Can you imagine defragging THAT drive?

bit=0 or 1

nibble=4 bit

byte=8 bit

megabyte=1024 bytes

gigabyte=1024 megabytes

terabyte=1024 gigabytes

petabyte=1024 terabytes

exabyte=1024 petabyte

zettabyte=1024 exabyte

yottabyte=1024 zettabyte

xonabyte=1024 yottabyte

wekabyte=1024 xonabyte

vundabyte=1024 wekabyte

udabyte=1024 vundabyte

tredabyte=1024 udabyte

sortabyte=1024 tredabyte

rintabyte=1024 sortabyte

quexabyte=1024 rintabyte

peptabyte=1024 quexabyte

ochabyte=1024 peptabyte

nenabyte=1024 ochabyte

mingabyte=1024 nenabyte

lumabyte=1024 mingabyte

(?)byte=1024 lumabyte

I am unsure that there is anything higher than that, but my calculator stopped at udabyte, and it could not carry any more decimals rofl. So, I am going to say that by my calculations, a lumabyte is....big. Rofl.

In any case, anyone know of a larger measurement or is that as high as it goes? I am sure at some point windows will no longer say "your harddrive is (x)bytes large" instead it will probably say "your harddrive is (x) terabyte large" and keep going from there....though, is there really enough data in the world to fill a lumabyte? Can you imagine defragging THAT drive?

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