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Dev Eject is an intuitive piece of software designed to help users manage all of the removable drives connected to a computer in a more efficient manner.

The program comes with a simple GUI (Graphical User Interface) that offer fast access to its included functions. Thus, the program is suitable for users even if they are mere beginners.

Dev Eject

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Grade 3.4
646 3.4
Downloads count 6619
File size < 1 MB
Systems Windows XP, Windows XP 64 bit, Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit

The tool displays a list with all of the removable drives connected to the computer directly on its main window, thus allowing them to manage these devices with only a few mouse clicks.

With the help of this program, users can see the files that are open from the removable drive, and can also learn more about the processes that are using them.

To view info on the processes that access the files on the USB drive, users need to click on the Locks button. This opens the processes window, where the file and process names are displayed. Unfortunately, no other detailed on the process are listed there.

Provided that one of the connected devices has stopped working, users can replug it to continue enjoying access to their files. With the help of Dev Eject Serial, they can do so without physically removing the device from the USB port.

Any of the connected devices can be ejected fast with the help of this program. The functionality is similar to the one available in Windows and accessible with a right-click on the connected devices icon in system tray.

With the help of this tool, users can safely remove any connected USB devices, thus ensuring that their files are not damaged and that they do not lose important data.

All in all, Dev Eject is an easy-to-use, fast application for managing connected removable drives. It can display a list with all of these devices, allows users to replug stopped drives, and can also inform users on files that have been opened from the USB drive and on the processes that use them.