In this instructable I will show you how to make your USB Flash Drive's speed pretty fast. Please make backups of your drive as many people don't use safely remove and if you don't use it after doing this instructable then you are screwed (meaning that you've lost all of your data permanently). 

Step 1: Modification Time!!!!

1. Backup your Flash Drive
2. Go in My Computer and find your flash drive.
3. Then right click and select properties.

<p>If you have trouble accessing the policies tab. please use the device manager option from my computer properties menu. then select the flash drive from the storage devices then properties on right clicking and change from there.</p><p>Good luck</p>
<p>what about win7x64SP1?</p>
<p>After step 2, at the bottom of the &quot;General&quot; tab, there's a &quot;Change settings&quot; button which you need to click in order to show the &quot;Policies&quot; tab.</p>
<p>For my USB 3.0 flash drive, the read and write speeds didn't change at all. At this point, I think for more speed I'm going to have to use a different file format.</p>
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<p>Doesn't improve that much, and you always have to remove safely which its a bother</p><p>Better Technology is the better way.. here is a good guide to buy the best for your needs, i am gonna buy the Sandisk Extreme 3.0, not as good as lexar's for speed, but great deal</p><p><a href="http://usb.userbenchmark.com/" rel="nofollow">http://usb.userbenchmark.com/</a></p>
Technically, I think it only speeds up the flash drive because it's writing to a cache. When you remove the drive, by doing safely remove hardware, you have to wait for it to write the cache back to the flash drive. For copying a single file, or a group of files, I doubt this would net you any time. If you're doing a bunch of writing and reading to and from the drive (such as when you're using portable apps), I can see this saving a lot of time.
This is correct. The reason for using the &quot;safely remove hardware&quot; method is to give the pc a chance to dump the cache back onto the flash drives memory. Your read/write times will be marginally faster, but the time you save in reading and writing will be used up while the drive is being written to. Also, there have been plenty of times when the drive has been removed form the pc without safely doing it, and I have never had any major problems. I have ended up with corrupt or missing files, but no damage has ever been done that a format hasn't been able to fix.
This is wierdly cool!Rated 4*!Well done!!!<br>Have a look at my ibles as well!
thanks, its my first one
Yr welcome!Have a look at my ibles as well!
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