How to Copy & Paste or Drag a Video to a Flash Drive

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Copying and pasting or dragging a video to a flash drive is a great way to free up space on your primary hard drive. Copy and paste or drag a video to a flash drive with help from an expert in information systems, programming languages, web development, and network security in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name is Luke, and this is "how to copy and paste, or drag a video to a flash drive." If you wanna save a video on a flash drive for later use, or to bring somewhere, find the video in question, right-click, select Copy, click on the Start bar and go to Computer. Here, you'll see the external flash drive. If you can't find it, hit the refresh button. Go into the flash drive, by double-clicking, and then right-click and paste. This will then begin to paste the video to the flash drive. If you'd like, and you have the window open for the flash drive, you can also drag and drop the video to the flash drive. The way you do this is by left-clicking on the video, making sure it moves, like this, and then dragging it into the flash drive, where you wanna save the video. Simply let go and a prompt will appear, showing you how long it takes for the video to finish being copied, and that's it.


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