USB Safely Remove is a handy and reliable substitute for 'Safely Remove Hardware'. It guarantees the safety of your data when the device is stopped, and allows you to make the removal process maximum convenient and adjustable.
The device stopping menu will now show only the devices you really need. You can easily change the name of any device - make it plain or, on the opposite, very detailed. In most cases, USB Safely Remove assigns simple names automatically. You can assign a beautiful standard icon to the device, or upload your own from a disc. For instance, you can assign any photograph to your USB Flash Drive.
Besides, USB Safely Remove is a wonderful tool automating the work with your devices. It allows you to set up program startup at plugging or unplugging the device, and has a built-in powerful command line.
USB Safely Remove gives those who mainly work with a keyboard an opportunity of stopping devices or viewing their contents using keyboard shortcuts.
But the main thing is that the unique technology allows USB Safe Removal to accurately define what prevents the removal and get rid of the problem easily.
Changelog for this release:
- 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. Fixed, now everything is dry :)
- 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
5MB RAM, 2 MB HDD, USB support