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Microsoft Word - How to Use a USB Flash Drive
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Microsoft Word - How to Use a USB Flash Drive


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  • 1. HOW TO USE A USB FLASH DRIVE Despite their different names - USB Flash Drives, USB Memory Pens, Flash Memory Sticks - they all operate in the same way and that is to store and transfer files between your computers and other mobile devices .The difference is mostly in price, capacity, design and functions. What's really important, though, is what they share - They're all pluggable, portable, and powerful!  USB Flash Drives weigh about the same as a car key   USB Flash Drives currently can hold up to two GigaBytes of data, that's over 650  three-minute songs (33 hours), recorded as MP3s or about three times the content of a standard compact disc.  If you share a computer, USB Flash Drives are a great way to store personal  information, use them instead of your computer's hard drive.  USB Flash Drives can maintain data for up to 10 years - in that same period you  would probably have to replace your computer hard drive three times over. The USB Flash Drive is one of the best selling USB mobile storage devices in the market. It's a compact, slim, removable hard disk drive with a USB interface that makes transporting your data incredibly easy and effortless. Just drag and drop files in and out of the removable drive! It's that easy! No more bulky and slow floppies or ZIP drives! Click here to purchase USB Flash Drives. Copyright MyMemory Ltd 2005
  • 2. USING YOUR USB FLASH DRIVE Plug your USB Flash Drive into the USB port of your computer or other USB-equipped device – if you use Windows XP you will be confronted with a pop-up window that asks you where you want to store your files. Copy or drag and drop the file(s) you want to take with you into the folder that appears on your screen. If you are not confronted with this screen – go to your Desktop – MyComputer – Devices with Removable Storage – you should find your USB Flash Drive folder in this location. Your files will then be instantly transferred to your USB Flash Drive. To transfer the items on your USB Flash Drive onto another computer, simply plug your USB Flash Drive into the computer that you want the files transferred to, open the folder that appears on your screen, and drag the desired files onto the computer's desktop. *Windows 98 users - you will first need to download a suitable driver Copyright MyMemory Ltd 2005