The USB mass storage device class is a set of consistent transmission of
protocols which are defined by the USB to carryout the Forum that run
on the USB. With the help of USB the user can attach devices to a
computer. USB Safely Remove is a Universal Serial Bus Device Manager. It
saves time and increase the capacity of the user to work with pen
drives, USB devices, USB packet Hard disks, flash drives, portable
drives, card readers, USB webcam and other gadgets also.
You have connected with several devices
to your system; it is quite difficult to detect the devices which are to
be stopped as most of the devices have the same names "USB mass storage
devices”. Besides, Windows does not allow you hide a device which you
doesn’t want to stop it from the menu. It saves you from these problems.
It has a multi-functional (which combines several functions in one
unit) menu which shows the current devices names with their icons. So,
you can easily find and stop a device in a Snap. When you have met the
situation, when the Windows does not allow you to remove a device? The
Universal Serial Bus Safely Remove will display the program which
prevent the devices from stopping and allows only closing these programs
or the files which are opened on the device. With the help of only one
shortcut keys you can view and even stop devices. By pressing the key
combination (WIN+S by default), the stop menu will be displayed.
You can use Up or Down keys to select
the universal serial bus device as you need and press enter to stop the
device or Ctrl B to open and view the contents of the devices. You can
also use a Command line: usr.exe for safe removal.
Also, this menu allows you to:
•Rename a device
•Change a device image
•Hide a device from the menu
•Scan for hardware changes
•Stop all devices at once
1).Let you manage drive letters,
2).Ability to mount storage devices as a NTFS folder,
3).has System tray icon hiding: when there are no devices to be stopped,
4).volume labels instead of USB device names,
5).Exploring device drives in an alternative file manager.