Solid State Memory (RAM)
Optical (DVD / CD / Etc)
Memory Cards? (SD Memory / CF Memory / Etc)
Technically the last would be the same as RAM, but it isn't used the same. RAM is used in most computers as temporary memory. This memory only retains information while power is provided to it. Once the power is removed then it loses everything. With a memory card type of memory such as NAND type of memory, information stored in the memory card is retained even when the power is removed (USB memory sticks / SD memory / etc).
i have yet to try it, but I broke my flash drive and I'm plannning on fixing it this way once i can find my sodder iron
To get started using it, plug it into the USB port on your computer (a rectangular drive about the width of your thumbnail). When you plug it in, you can start saving things to the drive. After you save the info, look on the bottom bar of your dashboard, over to the right. The little icon with a green arrow is how you safely remove the USB. If you remove it beforehand, there's a possibility you could lose some info. After its safe to remove the mass storage device, you can remove it and plug it in to any other computer to use the data again.
The simple way is to drag and drop a file into 'Recycling Bin' on your desktop, and then empty it by right-clicking, and selecting 'Delete'. You can also right-click on the file, choose 'Delete'. IT exports suggest using free tools like 'Eraser' to securely clean material from a hard drive so it is permanently gone.
Start by inserting the flash drive into the USB slot. Right click on the music that you want to copy and select the copy option, right click on the flash drive from the file explorer and select the paste option.