A USB Flash Drive is a small, portable flash memory card that plugs into a computer and functions as a portable hard drive. They store data like documents and photographs and are used to transfer information between computers or other devices with a USB port. They are touted as being easy-to-use as they are small enough to be carried in a pocket and can plug into any computer with a USB drive. USB flash drives also known just as flash drives, or as thumb drives, jump drives, pen drives, key drives, or memory sticks.
Basic computer and word processing skills
You will of course, need to bring a flash drive with you!
You will learn to:
- Rename your Flash Drive for easy recognition.
- Scan your flash drive for viruses
- Save files (documents & photographs) to your flash drive
- Open and edit documents from your flash drive
- Delete files from your flash drive
- Remove your flash drive safely from your computer
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