Ejecting a USB device and Data Retention
Disconnecting a device
Most USB devices can be removed and unplugged. When unplugging storage devices, such as USB flash drives, make sure that the computer has finished saving any information to the device before removing it. If the device has an activity light, wait for a few seconds after the light has finished flashing before unplugging it.
1 .In a File Explorer window or computer window, locate the Picture Keeper in the menu or sidebar. Right click on the drive letter and select Eject from the menu.
2. If you see the Safely Remove Hardware icon in the notification area on the right side of the taskbar, you can use this as an indication that devices have finished all operations in progress and are ready to be removed. Click the icon and you'll see a list of devices. Click the device that you want to remove. Windows will display a notification telling you it's safe to remove the device.
1.Drag the PK icon from the desktop to the trash can.
2.Control-Click the PK icon on the desktop. In the menu click Eject PK.
3. Force Quit the Picture Keeper application