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Sep 29, 2021 Download music to USB flash drive is actually quite easy and does not involve many steps. In a nutshell, you only have to download the music from the internet and copy it to your flash drive. If you want to download music to USB, read the detailed steps below. See full list on wikihow.com. Feb 22, 2018 TuneFab Spotify Music Converter here is consumingly recommended to you. Using this efficient TuneFab Spotify Music Converter, not only can you remove DRM restriction from Spotify but also is free to download and convert Spotify songs to common MP3, M4A, WAV, FLAC, etc. To other devices. Four Key Features of TuneFab Spotify Music Converter. Nov 11, 2014 Plug in the USB to computer. After a while, the device will be recognized, and the storage icon will appear on the desktop. Double click it, create a folder to keep the YouTube music. Select the music files in the local folder, right-click and choose “Send to” your USB name in the pop-up menu.

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This wikiHow teaches you how to move files and folders from a flash drive onto your Windows or Mac computer.

Steps

Method 1 of 2:
On Windows

  1. 1
    Plug the flash drive into your computer. Your flash drive should plug into one of the rectangular USB ports on your computer's housing.[1]
  2. 2
    Open Start . Click the Windows logo in the bottom-left corner of the screen.
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  3. 3
    Open File Explorer . Click the folder-shaped icon in the lower-left side of the Start menu.
  4. 4
    Click This PC. It's a computer-shaped icon on the left side of the File Explorer window. This will open a list of your computer's attached drives, including your flash drive.
    • You may have to scroll down on the left-hand column of options in order to find This PC.
  5. 5
    Open your flash drive. Under the 'Devices and drives' heading, double-click the name of your flash drive. This will usually be the flash drive's manufacturer's name and/or the model number.
    • The flash drive usually has the '(F:)' drive letter assigned to it.
  6. 6
    Select files to move. Click an individual file to select it, or hold down Ctrl while clicking each file that you want to select.[2]
  7. If you're comfortable with Windows' click-and-drag feature, you can instead click and drag the selected files onto your desktop or into your preferred folder. If you do this, skip to the last step in this method.
  • 8
    Click Move to. You'll find this option in the 'Organize' section of the toolbar. A drop-down menu will appear.
  • 9
    Click Choose location…. It's at the bottom of the drop-down menu. Doing so opens a new window.
  • 10
    Select a folder. Click the folder into which you want to transfer the selected folder.
    • You can also create a new folder by selecting a destination folder, clicking Make New Folder, and entering a name for the folder.
  • 11
    Click Move. It's in the bottom-right corner of the window. Your files will begin transferring into the selected folder; once they complete, you can proceed.[3]
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  • Method 2 of 2:
    On Mac

    1. 1
      Plug your flash drive into your Mac. Your flash drive should fit into one of the rectangular ports on the side of your Mac (MacBook) or the back of the Mac's monitor (iMac).[4]
    2. If your Mac has a set of oval ports instead of a traditional rectangular USB port, you'll need to buy a USB 3.0 to USB-C (or Thunderbolt 3) adapter in order to plug your flash drive into it.
      • Disregard this step if you have a USB-C flash drive.
  • 2
    Open Finder. Click the Finder app icon, which resembles a blue face, in your Mac's Dock.
  • 3
    Open your flash drive. Click your flash drive's name in the left-hand column of options in the Finder window. This will cause your flash drive's contents to display in the Finder window.[5]
  • If you're comfortable with your Mac's drag-and-drop feature, you can instead click and drag the selected files onto your Mac's desktop or into your preferred folder. If you do this, skip to the last step in this method.