Does Safe Eject Is Really Preferable?
Some of computers (like Mac) are always warning about disconnecting flash drives without ejecting, while Windows doesn’t seem to have a problem—in fact, external USB drive doesn’t even have an eject option. Does this mean it’s safe? How do I know when I actually need to eject a drive?
Why You Should Probably Manually Eject All Your USB Drives Anyway:
So, unlike OS X and Linux, Windows has a few precautions in place for preventing data loss. However, the write cache isn’t the only thing that can cause data loss. Have you ever tried to eject a drive and gotten a “file is in use” error?
Many people thought that if you does’nt safe eject your pendrive it will expire off. But actually it dose’nt happen that much of risk to the pendrive.
When you insert a pendrive to your system the windows will treat that it is suitable for read and write operations.It does’nt enable the windows caching in the pendrive’s removable drive in the case of other drives.
So,if caching enable means then only the risk will appear if not it does’nt happened any risk.
In the end, there’s no reason not to eject your drives, and doing so will ensure your data is uber-safe. Windows users may be less likely to experience issues due to the way Windows handles removable drives, but they aren’t 100% immune.Ejecting the drive is a great habit to get into, since without it, you wouldn’t always know if it were safe to remove or not.
Note: When any file is coping to your pendrive. you should not reomve it forcefully but if you did with out “safe remove” option then only that particular transfer file will be corrupted.