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Monday, November 05, 2007
Lexar Jumpdrive Lightning 4GB

3. PowerToGo Software

Lexar includes some software that is supposed to help you with various PC tasks, like encrypting your data or making backups of your documents. The whole package takes up around 46mb of the USB stick's memory:

We found it rather annoying that the software tries to connect to the Internet:

The PowerToGo window opens and prompts for various actions:

Again, more outgoing connection alerts:

We selected to load up PowerToGo :

At start up, it looks like the Windows start up menu:

Several options are available, such as encrypting your data:

While from the main options, you can set various features:




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