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I plugged in my PNY 4 gb 2.0 Flash Drive into my computer. I saved some photos to this source. Now that I am finished, do I just remove the flash drive or is there something I should do with the photos saved?

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The photos are saved their now, simply remove the drive, but first go to the bottom right corner of your screen and find the icon that says safely remove hardware.

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