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    By dorothyw61

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    Just think of the jump drive as a smaller version of your hard drive - depending on the size (256, 512, 1G) you can store lots of files on it. Anything you have on your computer can be transferred to the jump drive. If you use Windows XP, it automatically recognizes the drive without having to install any drivers. The drive will come up as a drive labeled either E:, F:, G:, etc., (depends if you have multiple CD/DVD drives or other devices that require a separate drive). You can pretty much drop and drag files from wherever they are on your computer to the jump drive. I use mine so much I wear it around my neck.

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