Hi, As a convenient way to share files between Neo Ubuntu and a USB connected Windows machine I'm wondering if the following is acceptable (won't cause any problems): I'm developing C++ code on the Neo (Ubuntu), using the USB connection and VNC Viewer to my Windows machine. But now that I've made progress I want to make backup copies of the code files I've written (and save them to my Windows PC), and wishing there was a way to directly copy files between them (since they're already connected!). Came up with this idea: In Linux, copy the desired files into a new directory I'll create in /boot. Not to change the boot behaviour at all, but because this directory is also visible when the Neo gets connected by USB to the Windows machine. So that would be a super convenient way to share files back and forth because both systems have visibility to that part of the SD card. HOWEVER... I'm not knowledgeable about 'deep booting stuff' or Linux etc (hardware engineer, please don't hate me ) and so asking the community: 1 - Is there a better way to share files between the Neo Linux and a connected Windows machine? 2 - Or if not, can I create a new directory in the SD card /boot without causing any problems for my Neo/Ubuntu etc? (defs don't want any risk to destabilize things etc) If there isn't a better way to do this - that would be a definite suggestion for future functionality to Udoo team. If anyone can help with this it would be much appreciated!!