Published February 16, 2017 by Download Software
USB Safely Remove is a USB device manager. It saves time and extends user abilities on active work with flash drives, portable drives, card readers and other gadgets.
The main disadvantage of using built-in Windows safe removal tool is that in case of having several hot-plug devices it is quite difficult to recognize a device that needs to be stopped. Most devices have the same name: “USB mass storage device”. In addition, Windows does not let you hide a device you would not want to stop from the menu. USB Safely Remove saves you from these problems and offers an original and multifunctional stopping menu, which displays actual device names with icons. Using this menu you can find and stop a device in a snap!
After you have stopped a device but did not unplug it, sometimes it is quite useful to return it back into the system. For example, if you remembered that you forgot to write a file to an external drive. In order to do it, you have to physically reconnect the device, however sometimes it’s quite inconvenient to do, e.g. if the device is connected to the rear panel of the computer.
- Operating System: Windows All Version
- Language: English-US
- License: Shareware
- Author: Crystal Rich Ltd
- An ability to return devices connected to USB 3.0 hub enabled back
- The standard right click menu added to the license key field on the registration form
- The "Paste" button wasn't shown in the registration form when DPI > 100%
- On system startup the program can display "Service unavailable" message while it's active
- Some windows had display issues on 4K displays
- Registration reminder could be overlapped by the device menu and became difficult to close
- In the classic Windows scheme some dialogs were displayed incorrectly
- In the classic Windows scheme the device menu could be displayed in a wrong place or not displayed at all
- Pressing ESC button in the warning about hidden device stopping didn't cancel the operation
- In some rare cases error displayed on returning device back
- The assistant service couldn't run when there are folders with the names like "C:\Program" or "C:\Program Files (x86)\USB" on the computer
- Couldn't test run a program in the global autorun, an error was raised
- In rare cases an error could be displayed on program startup
- Program had some memory leaks that caused excessive memory consumption when the program worked for a long time