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Giveaway of USB Safely Remove

Posted In Security - By Techtiplib on Tuesday, March 24th, 2015 With 3 Comments

The main disadvantage of using the built-in Windows safe removal tool is that when using several hot-plug devices it is often quite difficult to recognize which device 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 has a powerful and convenient command line: usr.exe. It allows you to automate work with devices. For example, you can automatically stop devices according to schedule or in case of any other event. In addition the command line tool of “USB Safely Remove” allows to “return device back”.

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When you safely remove the device in Windows XP it powers the device off – in the case of a flash drive its led was switched off and in the case of a portable hard drive it was spun down. But Microsoft changed this behavior in Vista and it still exists in Win 7: after you stop the device on these OSes the hard drive continue spinning and flash drive continue lighting. All modern hard drives park theirs heads automatically when you unplug them so in theory this behavior shouldn’t lead to loss data or damaged drives. But in practice the hard drive usually sound strangely when you unplug them on run and this makes a hard drive owner being a bit nervous when he hears that.

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USB Safely Remove can change this behavior and make the system power down USB ports. In order to enable this feature just answer “Yes, please” when USB Safely Remove suggests you to enable it.

Main features of USB Safely Remove:

  • A handy menu to stop devices
  • Keyboard shortcuts to safe removal
  • Program autorun on device connection\disconnection
  • Command line to safe removal
  • Work with any hot-plug devices – USB, SATA, FireWire, PCMCIA
  • Ejecting memory cards rather than the card reader
  • Hiding drives of empty card reader slots
  • Power off drives on stopping in Vista & Win 7
  • System tray icon hiding when there are no devices to be stopped
  • Displaying volume labels instead of device names
  • Let you manage drive letters
  • Ability to mount storage devices as an NTFS folder
  • Exploring device drives in an alternative file manager (e.g. Total Commander)
  • Let you prevent Windows from assigning specified drive letters to hot-plug devices

USB Safely Remove works on Windows 10/8.1/7/Vista/2003/XP

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How to get free license key of USB Safely Remove?

Step 1: Visit this giveaway page, enter your name + email then click “I want the license!” button.

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Step 2: Check your inbox to get the key

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  1. Blue Collar Defender says:

    Thank you for this post, I am also encounter this type of problem and it is really annoying specially if you at the middle of your work, and I am a bit frustrate because I can’t repair it although I search it online I cant find the exact solutions for my problem, so I would like to thank you for sharing this post my problem was solve now.

  2. Ramu says:

    many thanks……… 😉