What is Mbps? What is the difference between Mbps and MBps?
Many users complain that My internet speed is 10 Mbps then why it doesn’t download my 10MB file in 1 second because Mbps stands for MB per second, right? Right, but you did a minor a mistake there. Mbps stands for megabits per second and it is completely different from MBps which is MegaBytes per second.
MBps vs Mbps
MB stands for Mega bytes and MB stands for Mega bites. 1 MB is equal to 1000 KB but 1 Mb doesn’t. Usually we get the internet speed is in Mbps which is equal to 1 MBps if our internet speed is around 8Mbps. But Files are MBs.
If we download 10 MB file with the speed of 10Mbps it will take around 8 seconds to download not 1 second because the actual speed we are getting is 1.25 MBps.
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