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). Here are some key features of "USB Safely Remove":
· 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
· 30-day trial What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Skins support
· Option to install for all users
· Ability to clear all settings on uninstall
· Partial support for Windows high DPI setting
· New notification balloons
· Smart device menu displaying on mouse hover
· Improved device icon auto assigning
· The program recognized some external drives as "Composite USB device" and didn’t see their drive letters.
· The program didn't rememeber chosen installation language
· Incorrect number of devices in the "hidden devices" link were displayed when there are more than 10 devices
· Double click to the systray icon caused an error
· Global autorun setup: Test launch of the process wasn't available for devices with more than one drive letters
· Duplicate icons were added on addition of a new icon to device library
· An error caused on attempt to fix "empty" drive letter
· An error caused on attempt to load non existent settings file