What is the Full Form of TB?
The full form of TB is Terabyte and it is often used to measure the storage capacity of large storage devices. Basically "1 TB = 1,000 GB" and precedes the petabyte unit of measurement. The TB prefix "Tera" is a part of the International System unit i.e. 1012. It is also used to measure bandwidth or transfer data at a specific time. An internet HDD can hold 2 TB of data and in the same way, some high-end workstations have multiple hard drives, So the total capacity of storage may exceed 10 TB.