A Floppy disk is a disk put inside of the computer to save information. A pen drive is a USB connection to a portable storage device.
A floppy disk can typically save up to 1.44 mega bytes of data. 1.44MB
You would need a Floppy Disk Drive, then copy the information and paste them into the disk's drive.
Find a Floppy Disk.
well u type the information...save in on de computer n do waever lol
You cannot put an actual website email on a floppy disk. You can save the email as a word document and then you could save it on there like any other file.
If you put it on a floppy disk. It's a storage device nothing more. By the way flashdrives are smaller and store a lot more data.
The floppy disk of the computer world made its first appearance in 1960. This allowed for the storage capacity of the computer to be increased. The computer at that time did not automatically save things the user was working on unless there was a floppy disk to save it to.
to do this you must first save what ever is on the floppy disc onto your computer or laptop and then transfer the file from the floppy on to an empty CD disc and then it is done
The advantage of a floppy disc is to save and keep your information safe and when your computer shuts down your information will be safe and not gone!!
connect it to the computer. save info and documents on them it's like a floppy disk.
From which platform? From a Windows platform, insert the floppy into your disk drive. You can do this any number of ways but I'll give you the two easiest for me: 1. Right click on start, hit explore, drag your data to the disk drive. It will copy it, not move it. Remove disk. 2. In the program that opens the data you want to transfer (so perhaps Word for a paper you wrote), have the data open in the window, click on File, Save As, and Save it to your floppy drive (usually drive A). Close program. Remove disk.
Write-Protect Tab (you call it a "notch") is a little plastic rectangle in the upper right corner of most floppy disks. When the hole is open, the disk is locked and you can't add any more files to the floppy. If the write-Protect Tab is missing, simply cover the hole with a bit of sticky tape and you can add more files to the floppy..
You right click on the file and click send to and then choose the floopy drive options usually A:
Put a floppy disk in the drive. With Windows, go to file save as, then go to the drop down box. At the top of that box, go the 3 1/2 floppy and save it.it is done by a reading light that passes over dints in the disk which is allocated inside the platic cover which forms the binery cod 1 and 0 forming data blocks form the code, e.g110110010111011101101thanks borisThe answer above is refering in principle to how CD's work - NOT floppies. Floppy disks store binary data as a series of magnetic dots on the surface of the disk and are written to / read from by a voice coil (electro-magnet).
A Hard Disk Drive A Solid State Drive Ofcourse you can save your data in external hard disk,Pendrives,Cds,floppy disks,magnetic tapes....
You go to the top of the top bar. Click the save button (Picture of a blue floppy disk). Next type in the name and browse to where you want to save it. Then hit save, and your done!
If you want to copy them as in insert disk, then save it... theoretically you could save it as a disk image, then try to run that if it can read the disk, but this isn't necessary.
Go to "page" (top right corner), click on "save as"... should have a picture of a floppy disk.
There are two major concerns. 1st is the presentation under 1.44 MB 2nd will the location to show the presentation have a computer with a floppy drive.
Yes, you can buy them from games on demand. The only thing you add to the HDD when you save a disk is it will read it from a damaged disk.
Store it in a flash drive or on your computer. DON'T store it in a DVD/CD, floppy disk, or zip disk; because you are constantly changing info. in Access.
There is no specific file format; the different file types are the same as those on a hard drive.
Answer--In the purest sense, the function of a floppy disk drive is to provide a means of writing/reading data on/from floppy disks in an industry standardized method. Floppy Disks were invented as an improved means for storing/transporting data on/from computers. The universality and standardization of disk storage technologies was important to the personal computer industry. By standardizing these complex technologies, computer manufacturers were able to, over time, inexpensively source drives and disks, thus reducing the cost of the computer systems. This made PC's more affordable for everyone.Ok, lets say you type something up in a word processor want to save it, but not directly on the computer. You can buy 3 1/2 floppy disks (you can find them in most kind of computer/department store - assuming it has an electronics department). You put this disk into the floppy drive and then click 'save as' on your document [click on FILE on the top left-hand corner]. You bring down the top box (you click it, and there'll be a list of places on your computer - eg; 'Desktop', 'My Folder' etc). Near or underneath 'My Computer' in that box, click 'Floppy Drive A' or whichever icon has a little picture of a floppy disk on it, and it will load up the disk you put in it. You then hit save, and you're done!If you want to open up a file on a floppy disk, you put it in, click on 'My Computer', look for the icon with the Floppy Disk on it, double click, and there should be your file - ready and waiting.ANOTHER ANSWERTo add to that, since then, floopy drives have been replaced by flashdrives. IN some cases a CD replaced the floopy disk.