16GB. (Not GiB)
GiB not GB
This has a lot of promise.
Then it is 14.9012 GiB not 16 GB. Is that correct? Old habits are tough to break.
I agree, they are tough to break, when posting to a Windows Topic, have to use MB, GB or TB (otherwise they'd not know what I'm speaking of), and in Linux ones always try to state the correct term.
Though for all of these, that "i" is supposed to be in there, some Windows partitioning software even states the size as such, as well as some older Windows computing articles (& prior) written by IBM geeks that I run across from time to time. Back then, things were in MiB's at best, TiB may have been a theory, but at the time was dreamland only. As recent as 2004, many PC's were still shipping with 40GiB units, and in 2000 when I got my first one for work, one was somebody to have a notebook with a 20GiB HDD installed.
My, how things has evolved since the turn of the century 15 years ago. Big Time!