It's flexibility lets me store notes.
I also use Keepass to save names and addresses.
I had been using a 16GB Transcend thumb drive for the last several years. Last week, when I tried to update Keepass, I got a message that the drive was write-protected. I could still read it. After an hour or so of playing with it I realized it was just worn out.
As I keep it on my keyring, I needed a small but sturdy replacement. I found this 32GB Kingston DataTraveler.
It works great for Keepass.
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