RequirementsMicrosoft Windows XP / Vista / Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10
Date addedNov 06, 2018
USBDeview is a little utility that rundowns all USB gadgets that at present associated with your PC, and additionally all USB gadgets that you beforehand utilized. For each USB gadget, expanded data is shown: Device name/portrayal, gadget type, sequential number (for mass stockpiling gadgets), the date/time that gadget was included, VendorID, ProductID, and that's just the beginning...
USBDeview likewise enables you to uninstall USB gadgets that you beforehand utilized, separate USB gadgets that are right now associated with your PC, and also to incapacitate and empower USB gadgets. You can likewise utilize USBDeview on a remote PC, as long as you login to that PC with administrator client.
Determines the gadget name. For some gadget, this segment may show pointless name, as "USB Device". On the off chance that the gadget name is trivial, endeavor to take a gander at the Description segment.
The depiction of the gadget.
Gadget Type: The gadget type, as indicated by USB class code. For more data about USB classes: USB Class Codes.
Determines whether the gadget is presently connected with your PC. On the off chance that the gadget is connected, you can utilize the 'Distinction Selected Devices' alternative (F9) to separate the gadget.
Safe To Unplug
Determines whether it's protected to unplug the gadget from the USB plug without detaching it first. In the event that the estimation of this segment is false, and you need to unplug this gadget, you should initially disengage this gadget by utilizing the 'Distinction Selected Devices' choice (F9) of USBDeview utility, or by utilizing the 'Unplug or Eject Hardware' utility of Windows working framework.
Determines the drive letter of the USB gadget. This section is just pertinent to USB streak memory gadgets and to USB CD/DVD drives. Know that USBDeview can't recognize drive letters of USB hard-circles.
Determines the sequential number of the gadget. This section is just applicable to mass stockpiling gadgets (streak memory gadgets, CD/DVD drives, and USB hard-plates).
Indicates the date/time that the gadget was introduced. By and large, this date/time esteem speaks to the time that you previously stopped the gadget to the USB port. Nonetheless, know that in a few conditions this esteem might not be right.
Last Plug/Unplug Date
Indicates the last time that you stopped/unplugged the gadget. This date esteem is lost when you restart the PC.
Determines the VendorID and ProductID of the gadget. For informal rundown of VendorID/ProductID, click here.
Determines the Class/Subclass/Protocol of the gadget as per USB particulars. For more data about USB classes: USB Class Codes.
Determines the center point number and port number that the gadget was connected to. This esteem is vacant for mass stockpiling gadgets.
- You can now change the number of milliseconds to wait between disable and enable actions when using the 'Disable+Enable Selected Devices' option (or disable-enable command-line options)
- In order to change it - edit the config file (USBDeview.cfg) and change the 'DisableEnableWaitTime' value (The default is 100 milliseconds)