Windows cautious users will always "safely remove" USB from their computer by using the Extract media option in the taskbar. Microsoft has explained that even if it was recommended in older versions of the operating system, it is no longer a requirement in newer versions, starting with Windows 10 version 1809, due to the new configuration.
On the new Microsoft Support page, the Microsoft Office has noted that in previous versions of Windows, the standard option for external devices connected to computers is "Best Performance." This policy allows the operating system to cache write operations on an external device to ensure data integrity, but the disadvantage was that users had to "safely" remove their USB after use.
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You can configure these rules for each external device, and Windows will remember them even after removing the device. You can read Microsoft's documentation to find out what settings you can change in Disk Management settings to use any of these features, but as a reminder, note that the Quick Launch feature is turned on with Windows 10 version 1809.