Ever wondered why your actual hard drive capacity is lower than it should be?
To find out how much GB you 'lost', multiply the advertised size times .0686
example: 60 GB * .0686 = 4.166 which is the space that is missing
Take that number and subtract that from 60. So a real 60 GB drive is actually 55.884 GB.
What their definition of a GB is: 1,000,000,000 bytes
What GB should be: 1024 MB