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Avoid too many clicks for safe removal of your devices!
Just move the mouse cursor over the system tray icon to reveal the
stop menu; then just click on your device for safe removal.
Pay attention to clear device names; USB Safely Remove only detects
real device names.
When the device cannot be stopped, USB Safely Remove shows those
processes that are locking the device. Just end these processes and
repeat the stop action.
It is now possible to manage devices directly from the menu.
Just right click on the device and you will be able to browse its
drive, hide it from the menu, and manage its properties
(i.e. rename the device!).
You can use one global keyboard shortcut (Win+S by defaul) to launch
the stop menu. Moreover, you can check the option "Stop immediately"
and the program will stop your device if there are no another
Here you can change a device name, load an image or assign keyboard
You can choose an image for the device from a standard image folder,
or load your own image (JPG, PNG, BMP, ICO and many other formats
You can customize the program behavior and appearance to suit your
own requirements. For example, you can force the program to hide the
system tray icon when there are no devices in the menu to stop.
Just drag the device from the "Hidden" to "Displayed" section and the
device can be operated from within the menu.
Automate any of your actions with the USB Safely Remove command line!
For example, you can make batch script for the safe removal of a
USB device encrypted with True Crypt.
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