Users can turn disable USB flash drive pop up messages in Windows 10 by performing a very simple step in Settings. While it may seem counterproductive to turn off USB notifications in Windows 10, once you’ve been using Windows for a while you will likely want to reduce the number of pop-up messages. There are […]
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We answer what USB4 is. From physical size and connector type to the improved benefits of this new(er) technology. Four key points are mentioned on exactly why people will want to adopt USB4 technology.
Last year, Google released the Titan security key. It can be used as ultra secure methods for two-factor authentication for some online services over USB-A, NFC, or Bluetooth. Today, Google announced an updated USB-C key to the lineup, which will be available tomorrow from the Google Store for $40. The new USB-C key appears to […]
In the news, Intel has given their specification for its high-speed Thunderbolt technology to the USB-IF implementers forum. This is the group which creates and manages USB technology. The USB4 specification will follow the current USB 3.2 specification, yet an exact date of release has not been defined. USB4 will double the bandwidth of USB […]
The Universal Serial Buss Implementers Forum or USB-IF has released their new specification, USB 3.1. The new specification allows for 10Gb/s transfer rate.
Apple released their new MacBook Air product and we are very excited to hear USB 3.0 is now standard. If you have concerns about USB 3.0 being a new technology without much compatibility, you are totally wrong.Â The great thing about USB is their backward compatible specification.Â What this means, is the USB-IF [the forum […]
For those who need disaster recovery protocols put into place, the new ioSafe 2TB hard drive is your best friend.Â The USB hard drive is both water proof and fire proof making it the most durable drive on the market, and essential for disaster recovery mandates. I can tell you one thing, seeing is believing.Â […]
We’ve been talking about USB 3.0 for almost one year now and last week we hear the maker, Intel, is looking to put on the breaks.Â This isn’t the first time Intel has rallied the industry, gotten chip makers to support it, then corporate shut it down via lack of integration [Wireless USB]. What the […]
SEH launched a mini USB server designed to secure USB peripherals over fiber optic and Ethernet networks.Â What the myUTN USB Server does is allow connection of a USB device into your fiber optics network or Ethernet network without needing additional USB cables or drivers.Â Imagine plugging in your printer or scanner into a fiber […]
Update: This post has been amazing and generated a lot of interest. To make things easier, I have compiled a USB Super Stick for you. If you are interested in a 1GB drive with all the apps [below] for $20 – shoot me an email: gmo<at>getusb.info and I’ll send you more details. USB flash is […]
O-ri-ga-mi: The Japanese art of folding paper into a decorative or representational form. Well this USB connector might not be a decorative form, but it sure is foldable. Lindy introduces this 360 USB connector which not only swivels but also folds up or down.
If you have a drive formatted from a Windows system, and you have your settings showing hidden files and folders, then a “System Volume Information” folder will appear with unclear contents and purpose. Why is it there? And how much space on your drive is it actually consuming? The System Volume Information folder is set […]