A USB flash drive or memory stick (same thing) can be used to store documents, pictures and more. Files can be easily saved, updated, moved and deleted.
They are available in very large capacities, widely compatible, easy to use and very reliable (if used correctly, please see below).
Forgot yours? Need one? Our IT Staff Service Desk and Media Loans counters sell them.
USB flash drives are a very safe way to store and carry your data if used correctly, however:
A USB can be plugged into any spare USB port on the front or back of the PC. It will appear as a drive in Windows Explorer (usually as a 'removable drive').
These instructions are for using the Library PCs, but most PCs will be similar