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Removable Media Manager Dev Eject

Dev Eject is a simple to use USB device manger for Windows that provides some useful functions to control your removable media. It lists all connected devices, provides option to safely eject a device, quick access to a device, and provides list of files opened from the drive and shows which process has them open.

It is handy, for example, when you have several devices connected to your PC and want to eject one from them. Dev Eject lists all devices connected to your PC and you can quickly identify which removable storage media you need to be ejected.

I think Dev Eject can also help you terminate processes that prevent the device from removing safely. Click ‘Lock’ button and right click on a process and select ‘Kill the Process’ option.

Dev Eject is clean (check the scanning result here) and currently a beta product. Interested users can download (472Kb) it at source here.


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