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ProEject Let You Safely Eject USB Drives By Closing Running Programs

Do you have the message “The device generic volume cannot be stopped right now” when trying to eject a USB drive? This is a common problem and to solve this issue you’ll have to close all the programs that are running from USB flash drive or else Windows will not allow it to remove because of the possible data corruption. With ProEject tool you can do all this with a single click and eject USB drives safely.

ProEject is an easy to use application, which allows you to safely remove (Eject) a removable drive by closing running applications and open windows, as well as clearing the registry and folders of any trace that the USB drive might have left behind.
ProEject is a standalone application (no installation needed) and if placed ProEject on the same drive, you want to eject and running, it will automatically eject the drive with little fuss.

From ProEject’s settings menu, you can configure the tool, as you like, however the default settings are enough for normal use.

ProEject is quite easy to use, just run it and right click on the drive that you want to safely remove and then select ‘ProEject’. It supports multiple drives and you can also eject CD/DVD drives.

ProEject is a free application for Windows (32bit/64bit) and can be downloaded from developer’s site here.


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