[Ti] Cross-platform a flash drive?

Matt Gregory vdub.grego at gmail.com
Fri Mar 10 11:51:12 PST 2006

Most (if not all) flash drives come formatted such that they can be read and
written by both Win and Mac.  I use mine quite often to exchange files
between my work PC and personal PowerBook.  Unless you've manually
reformatted the flash drive it should do exactly what you're describing out
of the box.


On 3/10/06, FWPHOTO <fwphoto at adelphia.net> wrote:
> My son has an iBook but his school is all Win. Is there anyway he can work
> on his Mac in, say, Word, & save it to a USB flash drive so it can be
> opened
> & worked on with the Win machine at his school? I suppose he'd need to be
> able to save & open that file back up on his iBook when he got home too.
> We have a desktop Win PC at home too that he uses now but it'd be a shame
> if
> he can't use his Mac to do his school work.
> TIA,
> Frank Wiewandt
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