Beginners Guide To The USB Memory Drive

Since the USB memory drive has basically replaced the floppy drive and CD-ROM in terms of data storage options, it is probably time that you jump on the flash drive bandwagon. These gadgets are portable, easy-to-use, and will most likely store more data than you can ever imagine needing to remember. In case this is a new experience for you, here are a few things you should know about the USB.

Store More Than Just Data

Many people store more than just data on these small gadgets. For example, password information can be stored on a flash drive. This information is always nice to have, especially when you plug into a different computer. In addition, you can also store software on these devices. That allows you to plug in anywhere and run portable applications. This means you have the opportunity to be connected nearly anywhere that you go. This is particularly helpful for people that email a lot or need consistent access to a web browser.

Share Files Over A Network

A lot of times people assume that the only way to transfer files using a USB is to plug in the flash drive and transfer them from one computer to the next manually. However, with today’s technology, you can actually share files over a wireless network from a USB. This makes transferring files from computer to computer even simpler. And it is especially great for those that rely on USBs for extra storage.


Another great aspect about using USBs today is the speed in which they operate. USB 3.0 technology was just released providing for fast data transfer and seamless interaction between the computer and the flash drive. It makes data storage so easy. And you do not even have to worry about damaging the files on the USB device because it is so resilient.

About the author

Daniel Rubin Daniel Rubin is the co-owner of USB Direct Inc., a Canadian company which specializes in the manufacturing of logo flash drives. You can view his .

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