USB Safely Remove: A Better Way to Safely Remove Hardware and USB Device! (Limited Giveaway)

Windows users usually face “The Device Cannot be Stopped Right Now”, “Cannot Remove Hardware”, “Cannot Remove USB Device”, or other similar problems when trying to unplug their USB device using the Windows internal safe removal tool. When facing this problem, don’t ever force to unplug the USB device. It can reduce the life time of USB device.

USB Safely Remove: A Better Way to Safely Remove Hardware and USB Device

To avoid this problem, you can use USB Safely Remove software instead of the Windows internal safe removal tool. This software gives more advanced settings to remove hardware and USB device. It can display what prevents a device from being stopped and disconnect all processes before the device unplugged. Using this feature, the USB device could be more durable.

USB Safely Remove software also lets user to hide devices they never need to stop, hide drives of empty card reader slots, power off devices, returning a device just stopped, eject card reader memory cards one by one and safely remove USB device using command line

Normally, USB Safely Remove software priced at $19.90. However, I will guide you through this step by step method to get USB Safely Remove software for free. Please note that this method below is only valid before August 12th, 2011 (about 2 days after I published this post)

1. Visit USB Safely Remove giveaway page below:

http://safelyremove.com/giveawaygaotd11.htm

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2. Fill your name and email address in the provided forms, then click on “I want the license” button.

Fill your name and email address in the provided forms

3. Log in to you email account and open an email from USB Safely Remove. You would find USB Safely Remove download link, username and activation key.

Log in to you email account and open an email from USB Safely Remove

4. Download, install, and activate USB Safely Remove. Enjoy!

Using USB Safely Remove could increase USB device life time, and helps computer users free from unplugging USB problems.

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Chris Febian is the founder of spyontech.com. He spent his time by testing new software and writing some reviews of them. This blog is one of his favorite place to publish his reviews.

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