At Windows, at least the era of life on the verge, meaninglessly pulling out USB devices seems to be coming to an end.
the default setting for external USB devices and Thunderbolt. In previous versions of Windows, the default installation was "Better Performance," which allowed caching records on external devices, but required "Safely Remove Devices" before extracting them. The latest version of Windows has changed the default setting to Quick Removal, that is, you can tear this thing from a computer without tempting the computer gods. Data, device removal, and tooltip "Safe Equipment Removal" wait are a path. This is, in general, a good practice. But if the convenience, if your jam, the new default setting basically keeps the device ready for quick removal. . As ZDNet notes, overriding a new default setting and returning to "Better Performance" can still be a way for people who move large or important files to disk. In Microsoft, How To Do It:
1. Connect the device to a computer.
2. Right-click on the Start button and select File Explorer
3. In the File Explorer, determine the letter or tag associated with the device (for example, a USB storage device (D :)).
4. Right-click Start, and then click Disk Management.
5. In the bottom section of the Disk Management window, right-click the device shortcut, and then click Properties.
6. Select Policies, and then select the policy you want to use.
Digital tendencies noted that version 1809 should be automatically updated. However, if this is not the case, make sure you run the latest version and the settings have changed before you start shutting down the USB drives.