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If you are having a write-protection error for your USB drive, these are some tips to remove write protection from a USB drive in Windows.
Have you noticed that Windows puts a little icon in the system tray informing you that you can “safely remove” the USB drive? What does it mean to “safely remove” a USB drive? And do we need to do it with all USB devices?
Most people use USB drives only to store their data; however, these drives are capable of doing more than just holding your data. This roundup of seven tools will help you get the most out of your USB drives.
VMware doesn’t come with options to boot directly from a USB drive. This guide will show you how to effortlessly boot from a USB drive in VMware.
The default filesystem for most USB drives is FAT32, but you can always change it to suit your needs. Here is how to choose a proper filesystem for a USB drive.
VeraCrypt is a powerful cross-platform tool for encrypting files and drives. Learn how to use it to encrypt your portable USB drives.
If you have a “shrinking” USB drive where it is showing a much smaller storage space than its original size, here’s how you can recover USB space in Windows.
You can easily set up the Raspberry Pi to become a retro gaming machine with RetroPie. Here’s how you can transfer ROMs to Retropie and start playing games.
Windows To Go allows you to install a fully-functional Windows system onto a USB flash drive. Learn how to create a portable Windows system to use on any computer.
Tor browser is a great tool to protect your privacy. Here is how you can install Tor browser to a USB drive and bring it wherever you go.
Raspberry Pi is built to boot up and run from the SD card. This tutorial shows you the steps to boot up and run Raspberry Pi from an external hard disk.
In Windows you might be familiar with the random USB connect and disconnect noises that occur for no reason. Here are some tips that can help you exorcise these phantom USB noises.
We all know that USB drives are getting obsolete, but that doesn’t mean they are useless. Here are 5 cool things you can do with old usb drives.
Sometimes your USB drives can get corrupted. If you’re a Linux user, here’s an easy fix to repair corrupted USB drive and get it working again.
With all the vital data you store on a USB drive, you might want to extend its life. Here are some tips on how to extend the life of your USB drive.
Sometimes you may need to format your USB drive to fix an issue or to start from scratch. Here’s how to format USB drives on Windows 10.
In this article, we will learn how to create an encrypted USB drive in Ubuntu Linux which is great for safeguarding your data.