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


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]


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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