Are you looking for ways to safely eject your flash drive from your Windows 10 computer? Look no further, here are the best ways to remove a flash drive in Windows.
How to Use the Desktop Toolbar?
• First, you have to save the document which is stored on the flash drive. You can do this procedure by keep pressing on the Control and S keys together.
• Find the “Eject” icon in the toolbar at the bottom.
• Press on the “Eject” symbol. After clicking on that symbol, you will get the pull-down menu on display.
• Press on the “Eject” button. You will find this button at the end of the pull-down menu. It will indicate “Eject SDHC (E:) having the title of the flash driver located near the “Eject” option.
• Let the “Safe to Remove Hardware” option appears on display. After you get the notifications in the end right-hand column of the system display, you can remove the flash drive.
• Pull the flash drive far away from the system. The flash drive gets to pull out.
How to Use the This PC Program?
• You have to save the document which had already open on the system and also stored on the flash drive. You have to long press on the Control and S keys together.
• Go to the Start menu. You have to press on the “Windows” symbol located in the end left-hand side of the display, otherwise tap on the Windows key which you will get in the system keyboard. The Start menu gets open on the system automatically by placing the mouse pointer on the “Search” box.
• Enter the “this pc.” By entering this, it will start finding the system for the “This PC” software.
• Press on the “This PC” symbol. It resembles the monitor shape picture at the upper side of the search screen.
• Search the title of the flash drive. You will get this under the “Devices and drives” header which is located in the center of the webpage, and also the flash player gets open on this webpage.
• You need to right-click on the title of the flash drive. Now, the pull-down list starts appearing on display.
• Press on the “Eject” button. It is located near the center of the pull-down list.
• Let the “Safe to Remove Hardware” to appear on display.
• Move the flash drive far away from the system.
Harry Williams is a Microsoft Office expert and has been working in the technical industry since 2002. As a technical expert, Harry Williams has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as office.com/setup.