Windows 10 1809, farewell "safely remove" to eject the USB drive
Starting from Windows 10 1809 "October 2018 Update" there are more risks if you unplug the external storage devices to the USB without going through the "safely remove hardware" in the taskbar. On a new support page for Windows, Microsoft explained why the first was necessary and what was changed.
Up to Windows 10 1803, the system was put in cache write operations on the external drive: this gave better performance, but obliged to make sure that all the write operations in the cache were completed before the disconnection, the worth the possibility of corruption in some of the data. This is one of the two policy Windows related to the interaction with the external storage devices: it is called "better Performance", and was the default up to Windows 10 1803. You could change with the so-called "quick Removal", which at this point it is easy to imagine how it works: no cache for write operations, from which were derived at slightly lower performance, but no need to use the safe removal procedure. Starting from Windows 10 1809, quick Removal is the new default.
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