Category: Storage and Hard Drive
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 1.6KB
Operating System: Windows XP/ME/Vista/95/98/2000/NT
Latest Version / Release Date: N/A / 03 Oct 2005
The iCreate USB Disk is a USB disk that is used as a storage device. It can be connected to the internet and this allows it to save data on Ethernet networks as well as USB hard drives. It is a stand alone type of device and it is of a plug and play nature. This makes it easy for users to install and use it. It saves data at very high speeds and this is rated at 10/100. It uses a USB interface which is intuitive and user friendly. It has a short response time which makes it respond to commands first thus saving users time. It has a software that communicates to the user in instances where the disk is full, nearly full and when errors have occurred either when accessing it or when saving data. This prompts the user to take a swift action which ensures that no data is lost during such eventualities.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates
The iCreate USB Disk allows users to scan drives for viruses before embarking on saving data. This ensures that only secure data makes its way into the storage device. It can be accessed through the web browser and this allows user to share it in a work station. They will be able to perform various tasks on it simultaneously. It increases the output and saves on maintenance costs. It has a file server that is integrated and this enables users to access their internet files at high speeds. On this device, users will be able to share data files, music and videos. It has a backup, format and scan disk which are built in. it is compatible with an operating system for windows Vista, ME, NT, 95, XP, 98 and 2000.it is a versatile device which allows users to upgrade it by adding more bytes to boost its memory. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and iCreate USB Disk errors before installing any driver updates.