USB Flash Drives

What is the difference between a flash drive and a flash player?


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2014-08-21 08:52:41
2014-08-21 08:52:41

A flash drive is solid state drive that is intended to store data. A flash player is a software program that plays videos in a flash video format.

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Flash disk is a storage while flash drive is a path.

There is no difference. Flash drive, pen drive, and thumb drive are all interchangeable terms.

You can buy a solid state hard drive which is the same as a flash drive.However most hard drives are mechanical and

The difference is the USB part. Some Flash Drives are USB, some are PS2 Port capable, the word Flash Drive is a rounded name for any Drive capable of information being put on it. The USB Flash Drive simply states that this is a flash drive that connects with a USB connector.

Flash Disk is the plate where information is being stored, whereas, flash drive is a passage through which flash disk is being pass through to copy information.

They are all the same. Their names are interchangeable

Yes, certain mp3 players do have a flash drive. It would depend on which model of mp3 player you purchased as to if that mp3 player does have a flash drive.

Flash RAM is used for temporary data, such as in a USB drive. Flash ROM is used for bios and system files.

They both mean the same. Actually a flash drive also called as a pen drive is an USB device ( Universal serial bus). This is called so because, the flash drives are attached with the computer at the USB port.

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A mp3 player flash drive is used to store the data for an mp3. The bigger the flash drive, the more songs one is able to hold (

A 16GB flash drive can hold 4x as many files as a 4GB flash drive. I would recommend a 16GB.

There is no real difference Jump drive is a Lexar brand name for a USB flash drive (UFD), these are also known as thumb drives, or memory sticks

Adobe Flash Player is used to play Flash videos. Such as the ones on YouTube. Adobe Reader opens and reads PDF files.

Adobe Flash standalone is a software application that you install on your computer in order to create and edit Flash/Shockwave files. It's standalone and can work on its own. The Flash PLAYER, however, is a browser plugin that plays the published end results of the standalone Flash software. The main difference is that Adobe Flash standalone can create and edit, while the Flash Player can only view/playback.

A USB flash drive is a type of external drive. If you meant external drive as an external hard drive, then no, there won't be any difference in the pictures. However, if you're archiving, I'd suggest an external hard drive, because they work best for archiving.

Dragging it to the flash memory usually means copying it to a memory which is slower and can be portable.The desktop memory however is faster than flash memory but sadly not portable.

"USB Flash Drive" is a more technical name. Theoretically, a "Thumb drive" could be created for a FireWire port as well, although these are rare. Referring to the device as a "USB Flash drive", rather than a "pen drive" or "thumb drive", ensures that you won't accidentally purchase an incompatible device.

u get 1 off a usb flash drive or mp3 player/iPod, the other you rip off a CD (copy from CD)

Drag and drop from the Flash Drive in Windows Explorer

If you have a flash-drive then you can transfer songs from your ps3 to the computer by plugging your flash-drive in the ps3 going to either a flash-drive on the ps3 and clicking it or going to the song and then clicking options. Ones you have the song on your flash-dive plug your flash-dive into the computer and take the song from your flash-drive and put it on your mp3 player though the computer.

The difference between Adobe Flash and Adobe Photoshop is that Adobe Flash is used for animations and Photoshop is used to editing photos.

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