5 Ways To Use USB Flash
USB Flash is a great standard and has become cheap enough for anyone to afford. Regardless of their main function of storage and fast offline transfer of files from one computer to another, they can also be used for other purposes. In this article, 5 ideas on how to use the USB Flash that stands in the bar of the table and collects dust.
Remix OS is based on an Android x86 system, which is essentially Android for desktop PCs. You can install this Android on USB and have it always with you. It’s lightweight, it has a nice interface, a lot of features.
Linux distributions have a lot and are increasingly user-oriented so that a lifelong Windows user can get used too fast. If you do not want to install two systems on your computer, you can install Linux distribution on a USB flash drive and have it always with you.
Run portable applications
Portableapps.com is a site that offers Windows users a large number of programs that can run from USB Flash. So you can bring with you Chrome, VLC, Firefox … and other programs that you need to work with.
Lock / Unlock your computer
Long story short: when you leave your computer for a short period of time, pull out the USB “key” and your computer will be blocked. Replace USB and you can continue to work. You can do this using the Predator or Rohos Logon Key tool.
Create a Web Server
Server2Go is an interesting tool that allows you to install a server on USB (or CD) and bring it all the way with you. This way you can take a PHP web site with you and launch it in a web browser on any computer. You can download the tool here