Re: Safely Remove Hardware question


Mcginnis, Barbara
 

If you want a list F11 is the way to go.

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Subject: Re: Safely Remove Hardware question

Yes, That is one way of finding items in the System Tray. But if you want the items to come up as a list, the way links do in Internet Explorer or Firefox when you use JawsKey plus F7, then you must press JawsKey plus F11.
Bill White billwhite92701@dslextreme.com
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Subject: RE: Safely Remove Hardware question


I press Windows Key and the letter B and use my right arrow to find the
safely remove hardware device and press enter. JAWS says you can
safely remove device from computer.

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Subject: Re: Safely Remove Hardware question

Hi, Tom. In case the Safely Remove Hardware option doesn't show up in
your System Tray, Here's how to get the Safely Remove Hardware back
into your System Tray. As someone else said, this is only good for
"hard" drives, not flash drives.

If you want to remove a flash drive, find the appropriate drive letter
within Computer, press Applications Key, and Up or Down Arrow to Eject
Drive, and press Enter.

To always show all icons in the system tray


1. Open the Start menu with the Windows key



2. Press escape followed by Alt Enter.



3. Tab to the Notification / Customize button and press Enter.



4. Check the checkbox for always turn on all icons and press Enter.



5. Tab to Okay and press Enter.

Bill White billwhite92701@dslextreme.com

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Cc: "Tom Behler" <tombehler@gmail.com>
Sent: Wednesday, August 19, 2015 7:35 PM
Subject: Safely Remove Hardware question


Hello, everyone.



I am sure this may seem pretty elementary to some, but I actually
have gotten varying opinions on the need to use the "safely remove hardware"
option for USB devices such as USB thumb drives, and USB external
hard drives.



So, I have two questions:



1. Is it still necessary to invoke the "safely remove hardware"
option
when using any of these USB devices? I have heard that in later
operating systems like Windows 7, this is not as necessary as it used
to be.

And



2. How does one easily get to the "safely remove hardware" option,
if
it would be a good idea for me to use it?

I am using Windows 7 and Jaws 16 here.



Thank you!



Dr. Tom Behler from Michigan





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