<span style="color:red">USB device manager, a must have tool for active USB user
USB Safely Remove is a USB device manager.
USB Safely Remove saves time and extends user abilities on active work with flash-drives, portable drives, card readers and and other gadgets.
USB Safely Remove gives a handy safe removal, devoids of annoyances of the native Windows tool, displays what programs prevent stopping a device, hides drives of empty card reader slots, allows to return a stopped devices back and has many other features for comfortable work with hot-plug devices (USB, SATA, Firewire, PCMCIA).
· Safely remove in one click!
· Displaying processes which are preventing USB device from being stopped
· Powerful command line support
· 3 methods to stop devices.
· Automatically assigning hotkeys.
· Forbidding stopping any device.
· Customizable names and descriptions for devices.
· Notifications about connecting/disconnecting devices with the help of a balloon tooltip.
· Playing sounds or running external programs when devices are connecteddisconnected.
· Restricting access to the features of the program with a password.
· Loading custom images for devices
· Ability to operate SATA drives
· 10 MB RAM
· 10 MB HDD space
· USB support
What's New in This Release:
· Redesigned Icon
· A little but nice improvement: we reworked our good old (but a bit outdated) icon that we had been using for several years, made it modern and more noticeable in the system tray. Hope you will like it.
· ClearType And System Font Support
· Now all USB Safely Remove's dialogs, including device menu, are displayed with a currently selected theme font with ClearType support if you enabled it.
· Spinning down drivers after stopping in Vista & Win 7
· When you safely remove the device in Windows XP it powers the device off – in case of a flash drive its led was switched off and in case of a portable hard drive it was spun down. But Microsoft changed this behavior in Vista and it still exists in Win 7: after you stop the device on these OSes the hard drive continue spinning and flash drive continue lighting. All modern hard drives park theirs heads automatically when you unplug them so in theory this behavior shouldn’t lead to data looses or drive damages. But in pr...
1. Install USB Safely Remove. Be sure to use the setup.exe we provide since a silent update has blacklisted the serial.
2. Register with provided key.