I have noticed that quite a few people in the Marketing Department of a company I visit utilize Super Talent DG 16GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive for times when an attachment is too large to be transmitted via email to a user. Unfortunately, these drives seem to fail easily so if you are planning on getting one or are already in possession, here are some things to keep in mind.
Removing from Your Device
Before ejecting the Super Talent DG 16GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive from your device, be sure to use the eject feature as this will ensure that no reading or writing tasks are being performed as those that contacted me for data recovery services were pulling it out as they were in a rush.
IDid you know that OneDrive now supports 10GB? It’s a backup option for the USB Flash Drive.