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What is the difference of MB and GB on my computer

What is the difference of MB and GB??  My computer has 768 MB and has 33.9 GB.  I don't understand how my computer could only have 33.9 GB, since it has 768 MB.  What do I have to buy for my computer to have more memory??  GB or MB??

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megabyte (million byte)  gigabyte (billion byte)

Your ram is probably 768 mb and your disk space is 33.9 gb

you've got more memory and hard drive space than I have, so be happy 

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