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    Is the Cruzer Glide 2.0/3.0 compatible with Windows 10?   (11 Answers)

    I don't see Windows 10 listed on the package, yet it is listed as compatible on the SanDisk website.

    By Terri September 9, 2015.

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      I have used the Cruzer Glide 2.0/3.0 with Windows 7 and Windows 10 without any problems.

      By Mike September 19, 2015.

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      Can this be plugged into a car to play music?   (11 Answers)

      By Anonymous January 23, 2015.

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        Yes it can. Most jump drives can be plugged into a USB port. But, it may not be completely compatible with your vehicle's software/hardware. Double check the owners manual to be sure.

        By JJStevens January 24, 2015.

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        Transfer Speed???   (11 Answers)

        For this BF weekend special, I can't pass this price up. However, I'm worried the TS will be slow. Anyone with an definite answer?

        By Anonymous November 28, 2014.

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          The transfer rate is approximately 20 megabytes per second or about a gig every couple to few minutes for big file transfers. Usb 2.0 is rated at 480 megabits per second. One byte can be up to 8 bits or vise versa 8bits =1byte. Try something thats usb 3.0 for a bootable drive. Usb 3.0 is rated around 6 gigabits per second or 130 megabytes per second. Which will move a movie in about a minute or less. Happy hunting!

          By Musicmakesyoulosecontrol December 26, 2014.

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          116gb available   (11 Answers)

          The computer says there are only 116gb available out of the 128gb, This is 12gb gone! 12gb of what?? Even after deleting the prog files it comes with, it is still 116, what gives??

          By CG September 22, 2015.

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            The capacity is 128, but the system takes up some space for managing the disk format. You can see the same effect on your hard drive. Imagine a book stand.... You could picture having lots of book stuffed on it, but when you put shelves on it, in some way, the shelves themselves take up some physical space from the books in order to organize them so you would end up with less books. That's what the format does... It allocates (prepares the disk with) logical indexes for your files. Hope I could help.

            By GilvamRJ December 12, 2015.

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            Can I upload files on a pc and download them onto a mac without any issues?   (11 Answers)

            By Anonymous January 21, 2015.

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              Yes. My girlfriend has a PC and I have a Mac. We've shared files with zero problems!

              By Tracer July 8, 2015.

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              Any limit on the number of file names you can store   (11 Answers)

              I have a 128GB SanDisk. It does not let me write any new files while it still has about 100GB of storage available. Is there a limit on the number of file names for this device?

              By Frank October 6, 2014.

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                Check to see if your drive is formatted to exFAT. Other formats have size limits and caps.

                By Indest October 7, 2014.

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                Will this work for iMAC - USB2 Port - Mid 2011 iMAC   (3 Answers)

                Is this compatible with a 2.0 USB port on an iMAC (mid-2011)/ Thank you!

                By Sam November 8, 2015.

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                What is the class on this device   (12 Answers)

                Is this class 10 or better? I don't see any spec how good of a performance for this device is.

                By Anonymous November 28, 2014.

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                  This is a USB device, so unlike an SD or micro SD card, it reads and writes at the 2.0 USB speed. It's quite efficient to handle all of your files that you wish to store in an expedient manner. Flash drives, to my knowledge, do not have Class ratings.

                  By SLRehl August 5, 2015.

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                  Is this flash drive compatible with windows 8 on Surface RT?   (11 Answers)

                  Is this flash drive compatible with windows 8 on Surface RT?

                  By Anonymous September 11, 2014.

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                    As long as there is a USB port on it then yes.

                    By Mrrush September 13, 2014.

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                    Indicator Light   (11 Answers)

                    Is the a light on it to show when data is transferring?

                    By Sid December 7, 2015.

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