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    I am a 90s kid and before we had USB flash drives there were CDs and floppy disks, although my 13-year-old cousin probably does not know what either of those are. USB flash drives are commonly used for the same reasons CDs and floppy disks were used for. They all store information, back up that information, as well as transfer the information and other files to a computer. The biggest difference is that USB flash drives is that they are much smaller, faster, and they carrying capacity size is over

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    design a Wireless USB flash drive in which the USB flash drive can be used without connecting using the dongle. This makes the data transfer using USB more sophisticated. It also provides speed upto 1 Mbps. I. Introduction USB flash drive is one of the commonly used memory storage device by all the people. The main reason for this is because of its compatibility and user friendly memory storage device. It can able to store data of any kind. The data stored in the USB flash drive can be erased, edited

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    measurement and analysis of unique physical or behavioral characteristics (as fingerprint or voice patterns) especially as a means of verifying personal identity”. While a flash drive defined as is “a data storage device that uses flash memory; specifically : a small rectangular device that is designed to be plugged directly into a USB port on a computer and is often used for transferring files from one computer to another ”. There are two types of Biometric Identifiers Physiological and Behavioral

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    of the time, those memories are loss forever. Some people have the most important events saved to their computer. In some cases, many individuals have their wedding photos, videos of their child’s first steps or first words, all saved to their hard drive. Parting with theses precious mementos can be hard to deal with. However, with the invention of backup devices, you no longer have to part ways with your precious videos, pictures or files. Theses items can be saved stored directly on the device and

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    St Georges Use of ICT

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    This report will show the way that St Georges run and maintain a lucrative and successful business. St Georges has several branches and is a business of 50 staff strong St Georges obviously aim to give the highest possible care and treatment to the animals they treat as they can. There other main object is to make a large profit, so they can keep treating the animals, and keep expanding their business. They also aim to sell high quality products and have good customer relations. In order

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    Internal and External Hard Drives All around the world, on laptops, computers, phones, and mp3 players, electronic devices are being used to perform everyday functions. We can pull up saved passwords, applications, and saved files in a matter of seconds. But how exactly are these files saved onto these devices? What units are used to represent the amount of data being saved? How exactly do computers save documents and applications that can be sent from one computer to another? What units are used

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    Flash Drives and Optical Storage

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    Flash Drives and Optical Storage In Computing, optical disc drives are described by Wikipedia as a disk drive that uses laser light or electromagnetic waves within or near the visible light spectrum as part of the process of reading or writing data to or from optical discs. Some optical disc drives can only read from discs, but recent drives are able to both read and record, also called burners or writers. These drives are very commonly used in computers to read software and consumer media distributed

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    Universal Serial Bus (USB) USB ports are developed to connect keyboard, mouse, printer and many other devices to the PC. They are developed in mid1990’s and gains a tremendous success because no additional knowledge is required to install the devices. USB ports not only communicate between devices and computer but it can also supply electric power to the devices. USB ports are not only limited to computers but it can also be seen mobile phones and video games consoles. USB ports has undergone a lot

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    Flash Drive Disadvantages

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    USB flash drives offer you an alternative to cloud-based storage solutions. These small, finger-sized devices let you back up a hard drive, access files if your internet connection goes down and store information in a compact medium. Here?s a basic guide to some of the fastest and best USB 3.0 flash drives made today. How to Buy a USB Flash Drive In general, the type of flash drive you purchase depends on the files you want to save. If you need a flash drive just for transferring word processing

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    Flash Drives and Optical Storage

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    Flash Drives and Optical Storage Flash drives and Optical Storage are quick and easy ways to transfer data, and with all the technology that has been introduced over the years, these have many uses. There compact, portable, and very useful in many situations. To help understand these two topics more in depth, I will be explaining what they are, how they are used, and many other details. First, I will be explaining flash drives. Flash drives are a data storage device that includes flash memory with

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