Size 8.583 MB 0 seeders Added 2012-07-06 11:33:47
USB Safely Remove is an enhanced and hassle-free replacement for Windows safe removal tool. It saves your time and gives you more power on active work with any kind of USB\eSATA devices. Unlike native Windows tool it shows what prevents a device from being stopped and allows you to stop the device forcibly. It has a highly customizable device stopping menu that enables you to hide devices from accidental stopping, rename them or assign images to find the required device in a snap. If you stopped your device and found you forgot to save some additional files on it the program lets you return the device without re-plugging. For active keyboard workers the program allows to stop devices using hotkeys. Additionally it has some unique features such as ability to hide empty card reader slots, fixing drive letter to a specific device, has command line tool, can auto launch programs before and after devices stopping, can power off devices after stopping on Vista and Win 7. What's changed? The program device scanning mechanism was optimized for speed. Now the program scans for hardware changes more quick while loads the system less. Correct version info added to all program modules The "Apply" button in the options is enabled only if you change some settings Bug fixed: Command line "forcedstop" command didn't work Some small memory leaks were fixed Bug fixed: The program could hang on device insertion in some cases Bug fixed: The "Apply" button in the options may not apply changes in some cases Bug fixed: Autorun doesn't run some DOS commands (e.g. pause, net) Bug fixed: An error might happen after device settings export Update from May 29, 2012: USB Safely Remove 5.1.3! We have just released a small fix for the version 5.1. This release has some language improvements and a minor bug-fix: the program could display the technical error when faulty device is connected or the computer is heavily loaded by another application. This update is also free for those whose license upgrade period is ended between December 26th, 2011 and today, May 29th, 2012.