USB Disk Ejector
USB Disk Ejector is a fairly light program that doesn’t take up as much storage space than the average program in the section Software utilities. It’s a program mostly downloaded in many countries such as Thailand, India, and United Kingdom.The software version is 1.2 and it has been updated on 6/30/2011. It’s available for users with the operating system Windows XP and previous versions, and you can get it in English.
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ProEject is a little bit like USB Disk Ejector because it opens a small window in the bottom right corner of your desktop. This shows the available drives on the system and you can right click on the device you want to eject, and eject it. It’s also possible through settings to eject on double click. In addition to that, you get the option to show the drive properties or open it in Explorer. ProEject is portable and very light on system resources.
Tool Description as in https://www.raymond.cc/blog/usb-disk-ejector-is-a-free-alternative-to-usb-safely-remove/
EjectUSB is a tool for quickly closing apps running from a USB drive and ejecting the drive from safe removal. It will automatically close all programs running from the drive EjectUSB was run from (host drive), close any explorer windows open to the host drive, remove Windows MUI and MRU entries and recent document shortcuts related to the host drive, and attempt to eject the host drive when done. It can also interface with various utilities to aid in drive ejection.
Tool Description as in https://www.portablefreeware.com/?id=1425
This software is developed based on the information Knowledge Base Article #10744 – SATA: Hot Plugging Drives under Win2000/XP (Internet Archive) provided by Silicon Image. It does the same thing as you can remove device from Device Manager but it provides much friendly user interface as you remove the removable device from the “Safely Remove Hardware” icon in the notification area. It also ensures that all data are written and flushed to the disk before the device to be hot-swapped, so you can use SATA/eSATA drive as a removable device much alike USB/IEEE1394 drive.
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Before you remove a USB drive in Windows you’re supposed to locate the “Safely remove hardware” icon in your system tray, right-click this and choose the drive you’d like to “eject”. Which is tedious, and easy to forget, but if you don’t do it then you may find you lose data which hasn’t yet been written to the drive. An alternative approach is to use RemoveDrive to prepare the drive for safe removal – it’s a command line tool, but very easy to use.
Tool Description as in https://www.downloadcrew.com/article/26002-removedrive
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USB Eject tools
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