StartKey

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Startkey is a USB flash storage device developed by Microsoft and SanDisk.

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StartKey began in May 2007 when Microsoft and Sandisk made an agreement to provide unspecified software to replace U3 that was included on SanDisk flash devices.[1][2]

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StartKey will turn USB-based flash drives into a “Windows companion” that will allow users to carry their Windows and Windows Live settings with them. It will work with other formats, including SD memory cards.

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