Change history for USBDeview


2018-09-19 13:41:38
Updated by billon

  • Version: v2.756
  • Size (in bytes): 193538722
  • Release date: 2018-039-0419
  • What's new: [list][*]When connecting a remote computer, the compuYou can now send the dater name is now displayed in the window title.[*]Addeo std 'Select All' and 'Deselect All' to the 'Columnt Sby spettcifying empty strings' was filename, for example:[font=mondospace]USBDeview.exe /scomma "" | more[/font].[/list]


2018-03-04 10:13:55
Updated by billon

  • Version: v2.745
  • Size (in bytes): 133893538
  • Release date: 2018-01-3-04
  • What's new: [list][*]Fixed bug: the [font=monospace]/regfile[/font], [font=monospace]/remote[/font] and [font=monospace]/remotefile[/font] When connecting a remote computer, the commputer nand-linme opt ions stopped wnorking w disproperlayed in the becausewindow the USBDitlevi.[*]Addewd 'Select Allo' adend th'De seelect All' tings fromo thee 'Column [i].cfg[/Setti]ngs' fwilendow.[/list]


2018-01-30 10:31:49
Updated by billon

  • Version: v2.734
  • Size (in bytes): 133655898
  • Release date: 20178-012-2230
  • What's new: [list][*]Fixed bug: the [font=monospace]/regfile[/font], [font=monospace]/remote[/font] and [font=monospace]/remotefile[/font] command-line options stopped working properly because the USBDevieiew nlow adedetects t the porte settinags frome (COM1, COM2,the COM3..[i].) ocfg[/i] FTDI devficles.[/list]


2017-12-23 04:51:35
Updated by billon

  • Version: v2.723
  • Size (in bytes): 13365519
  • Release date: 2017-112-1422
  • What's new: [list][*]AddUSBDed 'Fview now detects the poriet ndly Name'e (COM1, COM2, COM3...) of FTDI devicolumnes.[/list]


2017-11-14 21:53:48
Updated by billon

  • Website URL: https://www.nirsoft.net/utils/usb_devices_view.html
  • Version: v2.712
  • Size (in bytes): 132932519
  • Download URL: https://www.nirsoft.net/utils/usbdeview.zip
  • Keywords: usb%20deview usb%20de%20view usbdevview usb%20devview usb%20dev%20view usbdevview
  • Release date: 2017-0611-0714
  • What's new: [list][*]When running USBDeview locally, the 'ComputerAdded Name' column now Friendisplalys the local Name' computer name (in previoolus versiomns it was empty).[/list]


2017-06-07 18:13:09
Updated by billon

  • Version: v2.701
  • Size (in bytes): 1327932
  • Release date: 2017-056-2307
  • What's new: Added:[list][*]New command-line options to check whether a USB device is connected (USBDeview returns 0 if the device is not connected): [font=monospace]/is_connected[/font], [font=monospace]/is_connected_by_serial[/font], [font=monospace]/is_connected_by_drive[/font], [font=monospace]/is_connected_by_class[/font], [font=monospace]/is_connected_by_pid[/font].For example: [font=monospace]USBDeview.exe /is_connected "USB\Vid_1058&Pid_1023\8539583490834690"[/font].[*]New command-line options to check whether a USB device is disabled (USBDeview returns 0 if the device is not disabled): [font=monospace]/is_disabled[/font], [font=monospace]/is_disabled_by_serial[/font], [font=monospace]/is_disabled_by_drive[/font], [font=monospace]/is_disabled_by_class[/font], [font=monospace]/is_d[lisabled_by_pid[/font].For exampl[*]Whe:n [forunt=monospace]ing USBDeeview.ex locally, the /'Computer Name' column now dis_diplays the locabl computer named "USB\V(in previous versid_1058&Pid_1023\8539583490834690"[/fons it was empt]y).[/list]


2017-05-23 18:19:19
Updated by billon

  • Version: v2.6670
  • Size (in bytes): 13032732
  • Release date: 2017-045-1723
  • What's new: [lAdded:[list][*]New command-line options to check whether a USB device is connected (USBDeview returns 0 if the device is not connected): [font=monospace]/is_connected[/font], [font=monospace]/is_connected_by_serial[/font], [font=monospace]/is_connected_by_drive[/font], [font=monospace]/is_connected_by_class[/font], [font=monospace]/is_connected_by_pid[/font].For example: [font=monospace]USBDeview.exe /is_connected "USB\Vid_1058&Pid_1023\8539583490834690"[/font].[*]New command-line options to check whether a USB device is disabled (USBDeview returns 0 if the device is not disabled): [font=monospace]/is_disabled[/font], [font=monospace]/is_disabled_by_serial[/font], [font=monospace]/is_disabled_by_drive[/font], [font=monospace]/is_disabled_by_class[/font], [font=monospace]/is_disabled_by_pisd[/font].For example: [font=monospace][*]UUSBDeeview now can start the Remot.exe Registry service even if /it's di_disabled "USB\Vid_1058&Pid_1023\8539583490834690"[/font].[/list]


2017-04-18 17:16:51
Updated by billon

  • Version: v2.656
  • Size (in bytes): 13024372
  • Release date: 2017-034-2217
  • What's new: [list][*]Added option to automatically start the Remote Registry serUSBDevice on the remote machine for reading thew USB devicnow can start thes inforRemaote Registry servion (ince 'Adevnacedn if Optiont's' wdinsabledow).[/list]


2017-03-22 21:52:25
Updated by billon

  • Version: v2.625
  • Size (in bytes): 1302950047
  • Release date: 20167-03-12-272
  • What's new: [list][*]Added [font=monospace]/RunAsAdmin[/font]option to automatically command-line option. You can use it with other command-line options of acstartions that require elevat Remote Regionstry ([font=monospaervice]/remove[/font], [font=monospace]/disable[/font], [font=monospace]/enable[/font], [font=monospace]/disable_enable[/font]), for example:[fonon t=monospace]USBDeview.exhe /RunAsAdremote machine for reading the /disable "USB\Vi d_1058&Pevices id_1023\8539583490834690"[/nformation (in 'Advnaced Opt]ions' window).[/list]


2016-12-27 22:38:38
Updated by billon

  • Version: v2.612
  • Size (in bytes): 1288129500
  • Screenshot: Updated
  • Similar/alternative apps: [url=https://www.portablefreeware.com/index.php?id=2287]USB Oblivion[/url]
  • Release date: 2016-0712-0527
  • What's new: [list][*]FixeAdded [font=monospace]/RunAsAdmin[/font] command-line option. You can use it with other command-line options of actions bug: Tthat require elevation ([font=monospace]/remove[/font], [font=monospace]/disable[/font], [font=monospace]/enable[/font], [font=monospace]/disable_enable[/font]), for example:[font=monospace]USBDeview.exe '/Run As nAsAdministrator' optioin fa /disabled to work ran"USB\Vidomly o_1058&Pid_1023\8539583490834690"[/fon some systems].[/list]


2016-07-05 18:08:43
Updated by billon

  • Version: v2.601
  • Size (in bytes): 128670812
  • Release date: 2016-067-105
  • What's new: [list][*]IFixed bug: The 'Run As Administrator' oprovtion failed d the detectioo work randomly on sof devicme connect status (Connecysted column) on Windows 8 and 10.[/list]


2016-06-15 17:18:04
Updated by billon

  • Icon: Updated


2016-06-15 17:12:55
Updated by billon

  • Version: v2.5560
  • Size (in bytes): 122268670
  • Release date: 2016-036-0315
  • What's new: [list][*]Added 'DisImplay Only Devices With Driroved the detection of device connect Lestatter'us (Coptnnected column) on Windows 8 and 10.[/list]


2016-03-03 20:08:37
Updated by billon

  • Version: v2.525
  • Size (in bytes): 12212664
  • Release date: 2016-013-1903
  • What's new: [list][*]USBAdded 'Devisplay Only Devicew now saves the last selected font Win th Drive Letter' .cfg foptileon.[/list]


2016-01-19 17:00:05
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v2.512
  • Size (in bytes): 12205164
  • Release date: 2015-126-081-19
  • What's new: [list][*]Added 'OpUSBDeview now saves the last selected font in INFthe F.cfg file' option.[/list]


2015-12-22 02:23:38
Updated by webfork

  • Synopsis: USBDeview lists all USB devices plugged into your computer, both current and in the past. Information on devices includes npast. Information on devices includes name/description, type, serial number (for mass storage), the date/time that d, the date/time that device was added, Vendor ID, Product ID etc. The program also allows you to disconnect currently con etc. The program also allows you to disconnected USB dt currevices as well as uninstall previously us connected d USB devices. You can aces as well as uninstall previously use ted USB devices. Thee prograam can be used on a remote computer, as long as you have an admin login to that computer.
  • Keywords: usbview usbdevview
  • Similar/alternative apps: [url=http://www.portablefreeware.com/index.php?id=2287]USB Oblivion[/url]


2015-12-09 21:23:41
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v2.501
  • Size (in bytes): 1219912054
  • Release date: 2015-112-048
  • What's new: [list][*]Added [i]'Driver InfSection'[/i] and [i]'DrivOpern INF InfPathFile'[/i] columptions.[/list]


2015-11-04 18:09:34
Updated by billon

  • Version: v2.4650
  • Size (in bytes): 1208661991
  • Release date: 2015-09-161-04
  • What's new: [list][*]Added 'Run As[i]'Driver InfSection'[/i] Aandmin [i]'Dristver InfPatorh'[/i] coptiolumns.[/list]


2015-09-26 13:00:37
Updated by Checker

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2015-09-17 17:56:03
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v2.456
  • Size (in bytes): 12078466
  • Release date: 2015-079-2716
  • What's new: [list][*]You can now choose to connect a remote computer or externalAdded 'Regiun Astry file from the 'Advanced Options' window (In previous versions, you could do it only from comAdmand-line) [*]Fixed to display an error message when USBDeview fails to ctratonnect a remote' computerion.[/list]


2015-07-27 19:37:22
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v2.425
  • Size (in bytes): 12078422
  • Release date: 2015-047-1527
  • What's new: [list][*]You can now choose to connect a remote computer or external Registry file from the 'Added dvanced Options'C window (In previous versions, you could do it only from commapabind-line) [*]Fixed to dies' copluay an error mn. You can ressad about the meaning of ge when USBDevieryw string inside thifails to column [url=https://msdn.nnect a remicrosofot.e com/en-us/library/windows/hardware/ff543095(v=vs.85).aspx]in this aruticle[/url].[/list]


2015-04-15 19:27:06
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v2.412
  • Size (in bytes): 120187422
  • Screenshot: Updated
  • Release date: 2015-034-015
  • What's new: [list][*]FixedAdded 'Capabilities' column. You can read about the meaning of every string: USBD insidev thiew failed to remembes column [url=https://msdn.micr osofth.com/e lan-ust size/positlibrary/wion dof tws/he main winrdow iare/ff it w543095(v=vs.85).as not located ipx]in the primis ary monrtitocle[/url].[/list]


2015-03-02 19:04:47
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v2.401
  • Size (in bytes): 120187711
  • Release date: 20000-0015-03-01
  • What's new: [list][*]AddedFixed bug: 'USort On EBDeview failed to remember the last size/position of the main window if it was not located in the primary Updamonite' optionr.[/list]


2014-11-17 18:09:43
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v2.3740
  • Size (in bytes): 119397711
  • What's new: [list][*]Added 'Decode Serial Numbers' option. When it's turned on, a serial number that is encoded as hexadecimal string ist On decodEvery Upd ate' o Asciption.[/list]


2014-09-25 23:33:17
Updated by webfork

  • Synopsis: USBDeview is a small utility that lists all USB devices that currently connected to your computer, as well as all devices that you previously used. For each device, extended information is displayed: namelists all USB devices plugged into your computer, both current and in the past. Information on devices includes name/descriription, n, type, serial number (for mass storage), theor mass storage), the date/titime tthatat deevice ce waas addeded, Veendor IDdor ID, Product ID etc. USBDeview also allows you to uninstall tc. The program also allows you to disconnect currently connected USB devices that you previously used and disconnect those currently connected. You can also use the program on a remote computer,s as well as louning as you tall previously used loggedUSB devinces. You can also use tohe program on a remothate computer a, as long as a you have an admmin login to that computer.


2014-09-25 20:13:10
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v2.367
  • Size (in bytes): 11939176
  • What's new: [list][*]Added s'Decode Serial Numbecondary srs' orptiong. When it's turned on, support: You can now get a secondary soertial ng, umby holding down the shift key while clicking the column header. Be aware that you only have to hold down the shift key when clicking the second/thirer that is encod/fourth column. To sort the fird ast hexadecoluimn you al should trinotg holdis decoded town the Ashciift key.[/list]


2014-08-29 16:25:50
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v2.356
  • Size (in bytes): 118219176
  • What's new: [list][*]Added 'Reload USB Hub' option (Ctrl+R). When you select a USB hub item and use the 'Reload USB Hub' option, all USB devices connected to this hub are reconnected, including USB devices that you previously disceconnected. Be aware thdat in ordery to use this oprtion, yog su alspport: hYou cave ton now getu a secondary sorting, by hon lding down the shift key while 'Shoclicking the column header. Be aw USB Hare that youb only have to hold down the s'hift key when clicking the optsecond/third/fourth column. To sort the fiorst column (Ctr you should not hol+F7)d down the shift key.[/list]


2014-07-03 17:49:25
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v2.305
  • Size (in bytes): 117018219
  • What's new: [list][*]FixAdded 'Reload b USB Hug b' option (Ctrl+R). Wihen you select a USB hub item and use the 'Reload USB Hub' option, all USB devices connected to this hub are reconnected, including USB devices that you previously disconnected. Be aware that in ordowser to use Vthista/7/8 woptith UAC turned on:, USBDeview failed to remoyou also have to turn on the 'Show USB device Hubs' when runnioptiong wi(Cthout erlevation+F7).[/list]


2014-03-22 11:38:16
Updated by Checker

  • Forum topic ID: 0765


2014-02-20 20:02:57
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v2.2930
  • Size (in bytes): 116837012
  • What's new: [list][*]Fixed bug on Windows Vista/7/8 with UAC turned on: USBDeview failed to remove USB display the evicorrects when running Powerithout vaelue of USB 3.0 devaticeson.[/list]


2014-01-21 19:15:53
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v2.289
  • Size (in bytes): 11673832
  • What's new: [list][*]Fixed to display date/time values acthe cordingrect Power to dvaylightue savingof timeUSB s3.0 dettvingces.[/list]


2014-01-02 01:11:00
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v2.278
  • Size (in bytes): 11615738
  • What's new: [list][*]You can now use the 'Open In RegEdit' features on Windows Vista/7/8 (with UAC turned on) without running USBDevFiew.exed to as Adminiistrator. Eplevationy window will appear ate/to confirme evalues according to daylight sacving time settiongs.[/list]


2013-09-19 16:01:28
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v2.267
  • Size (in bytes): 115916158
  • What's new: [list][*]Update forYou can now use the 'Open In RegEdit' features on Windowss 7/8/Vista/2008: 7/8 (with USBDeview now extracts the real device name directly from hardwaAC turne whed on) withe device is coout runnected and the 'Retrieveing USBDeview.exe Power/Veras Adminision Inftratorm. Elevatiotion win' dow will appear tio confirm is turnedvery action.[/list]


2013-09-02 17:22:38
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v2.256
  • Size (in bytes): 11591634
  • What's new: [list][*]AUpdded new command-line options to disable and then enable again a device: /disable_enable, /disable_enable_by_serial , /disable_enable_by_drive , /disable_enable_by_class , /disable_enable_by_pid , /disable_enable_all [*]You can now specify the device Instance ID string in the following command-line options: /disable, /enable, /remove, /disable_enable, /stop For example: USBDeview.exe /disable "USB\Vid_1058&Pid_1023\8539583490834690" [*]You can nte fow use the disable/enable/uninstall features on Wiindows Vista/7/8 (with UAC turned on) withou/Vist runninga/2008: USBDeview.eview now exe astracts Administratohe r. Eeal devation window ce name directly from hardwill appear e when tohe device is confirmnected and the 'Retrievery USB Power/Version Informacttion' option is turned on.[/list]


2013-07-31 06:34:05
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v2.225
  • Size (in bytes): 113885634
  • What's new: [list][*]Added new command-line options to disable and then enable again a device: /disable_enable, /disable_enable_by_serial , /disable_enable_by_drive , /disable_enable_by_class , /disable_enable_by_pid , /disable_enable_all [*]You can now specify the device Instance ID string in the following command-line options: /disable, /enable, /remove, /disable_enable, /stop For example: USBDevixed USBDw.exev /disable "USB\Vid_1058&Pid_1023\8539583490834690" [*]You can now use the disable/enable/uninstall features on Windows Vista/7/8 (with UAC turned on) w ithout add header lunnineg to the cUSBDeview.exe as Administrator. Elev/tab-delimtiteon window fwilesl when exapporting the USB infar tormation confirom command-line. In order to add the head ever line, you can use the /AddExportHeaderLine command-line option, or simply turn on the 'Add Header Line Tio CSV/Tab-Delimited File' option from the user interface.[/list]


2013-03-13 18:49:35
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v2.212
  • Size (in bytes): 113299886
  • What's new: [list][*]You can now use the diFixed USBDeview to add header line to the csv/tabl-delimited files when exporting the USB information from command-line. In order to add the header line, you can use the /AddExportHeaderLine command-line/ option, or simply turn on the 'Add Header Linable/rem Tove commCSV/Tandb-lDelimited Finle' options accon frding toom the com ne umbser inter of a USB to serial devicee. For example: USBDeview.exe /disable_by_drive com62[/list]


2013-02-07 15:37:10
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v2.201
  • Size (in bytes): 11305299
  • What's new: [list][*]Update for Windows 8: It seems that on Windows 8, it's impossiYou can now use the disable to detect from the Registry whether a device is connected or disconnected, so instead of using the Registry, a device is disple/enayed as connble/rected if it has pmowver/v command-liners option informatis accon. Be aware that difng to thee com 'Retnumberieve of a USB Power/Version Information' optiB ton is tuernial ded off onvice. WindFows 8, all dr example: USBDevievicw.exes will displayed a/dis able_by_drisconnve cted.om62[/list]


2012-12-05 18:39:20
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v2.1820
  • System Requirement:
  • Size (in bytes): 112530659
  • What's new: [list][*]FixUpdated for Windowssue 8: The %drive% vIt seems thart on Windows 8, it's impossiable le to detect from the Registry whether a device is connected or disconnected, so instead of using the Registry, a device is displayed as connected if it has power/version information. Be aware that if the 'Retrieve USB Power/Version Information' option is turned ned off on Windows 8, all devicempty str will ding forsplayed USB to serials devdisconnectesd.[/list]


2012-11-24 12:24:01
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v2.178
  • System Requirement:
  • Size (in bytes): 112371506
  • What's new: [list][*]Fixed bissuge: Whe The %drive% variable returned plugging 2 USB devices with empthe y same pid/vid, tring for USBDeview dito sabled/enriabled/removed the wrong deevices.[/list]


2012-10-23 16:37:29
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v2.167
  • Size (in bytes): 11237186
  • What's new: [list][*]Added new variable to the eFixecued bug: When plugging 2 USB devices with the comsamae pid/vid, USBDeview disabled/enabled/removed optihe wron:g %usb_devicersion%.[/list]


2012-10-03 12:00:46
Updated by Checker

  • Version: Vv2.156
  • Size (in bytes): 1051218456
  • What's new: [list][*]Added 'Auto Size Columns+Headers' option, which allows you to automatically resize the columns according to the row values and coariablumne headers.Fito the exed issecue: The properties and the options windows opened in the wrong monitor, on commulti-moand optitorsn: %usystb_vem.rsion%[/list]


2012-09-06 15:00:49
Updated by Ennovy

  • Version: V2.125
  • System Requirement:
  • Size (in bytes): 10547845
  • What's new: [list][*]Added 'Auto Size Columns+Headers' option, which allows you to automatically resize the columns according to the row values and column headers.Fixed issue: USBDevThe propertiews failend the options windetect ows ome dpevned ices asn the wrong comonitor, onec multed, evei-mon if they weores connecsystedm.[/list]


2012-07-26 07:54:39
Updated by Checker

  • How to extract: Download the ZIP package and extract a folder of your choice. Launch [i]USBDeeviiew.exe[/i]. Optionally, to show the vendor name and product name of your USB devices, download [url=http://www.linux-usb.org/usb.ids]usb.ids[/url] to the same folder.


2012-07-25 20:22:25
Updated by Checker

  • Version: V2.112
  • Size (in bytes): 10547038
  • What's new: [list][*]Fixed issue: USBDeview to detect the version/poiew failed to detect somer informat devion of Etron USB 3.0 host controllers as connected, a evend possibly of ther USB hosty were coonnectrollersd.[/list]


2012-06-23 14:39:53
Updated by Checker

  • Synopsis: USBDeview is a small utility that lists all USB devices that currently connected to your computer, as well as all devices that you previously used. For each device, extended information is displayed: name/description, type, serial number (for mass storage), the date/time that device was added, Vendor ID, Product ID etc. USBDeview also allows you to uninstall USB devices that you previously used and disconnect those currently connected. You can also use the program on a remote computer, as long as you are logged into that computer as admin.A 64-bit version is available.
  • How to extract: Download the ZIP package and extract a folder of your choice. Launch USBDeview.exe. Optionally, to show the vendor name and product name of your USB devices, download [usrl=http://www.linux-usb.org/usb.ids]usb.ids[/url] to the same folder.
  • What's new: [list][*]Fiixed USBDeview to detect the eversion/poiewer infor to detect the version/power information of Etron Etron USB 3.0 host con.0 host controlller, and poss possibly other USB host controllers.[/list]


2012-05-31 02:11:08
Updated by lautrepay

  • Version: V2.101
  • What's new: Fixed the 'Last Plug/Unplug SBDate' vaiew to detect the version/power information of Etron USB 3.0 host controlluer, on Wiandows 7. Fixed the 'Devpossicebly Mfg' valueother USB host con Windtrowllers 7.


2012-04-18 10:50:05
Updated by Checker

  • Version: V2.106
  • Size (in bytes): 10447039
  • What's new: Fixed bthe 'Last Plug: /USBDeview freezed for a few seconds if there wasplug Da disconnected ntetwork' drivalue on Windows 7. Fixed the 'Device Mfg' value on Windowsystem 7.


2012-03-19 23:39:48
Updated by Checker

  • Version: V2.056
  • Size (in bytes): 104275439
  • What's new: Fixed the speed test error messabuges of USB 3.0 devices. Also, you can now submit the speed tests of : USB 3.0 dDeviiew freezed for a few seceonds if there was toa http://usb3speed.nirscoft.nnected net Wwork driveb on the sysitem.


2012-02-28 18:14:47
Updated by Checker

  • Version: V2.005
  • Size (in bytes): 10354275
  • What's new: CFixed the speed test error messages of USB 3.0 devices. Also, you canged t now submit the speed tests of USB sta3.0 devices to http://us sb3speed.nicrsoft.ns so iet'll be much easier to distinguish between them, Wespecially onb small LCD monitors.e


2012-01-17 21:59:53
Updated by Checker

  • Screenshot: Updated


2012-01-17 21:53:39
Updated by Checker

  • Screenshot: Updated


2012-01-17 21:47:08
Updated by Checker

  • Screenshot: Updated


2012-01-16 20:40:40
Updated by Checker

  • Screenshot: Updated


2012-01-16 18:32:24
Updated by Checker

  • Version: V12.9700
  • Synopsis: USBDeview is a small utility that lists all USB devices that currently connected to your computer, as well as all devices that you previously used. For each device, extended information is displayed: name/description, type, serial number (for mass storage), the date/time that device was added, Vendor ID, Product ID etc. USBDeview also allows you to uninstall USB devices that you previously used and disconnect those currently connected. You can also use the program on a remote computer, as long as you are logged into that computer as admin.A 64-bit version is available.
  • Size (in bytes): 10376527
  • What's new: Added more accelerChator keys. Fixnged the me USB status icons so imum sizt'll be of Advanmuced Optionh eas window. Added a few moere ctomman d-listinguish betweene othem, esptecially on small LCD monitors.


2011-12-26 22:36:10
Updated by Checker

  • Version: V1.967
  • Synopsis: USBDeview is a small utility that lists all USB devices that currently connected to your computer, as well as all devices that you previously used. For each device, extended information is displayed: name/description, type, serial number (for mass storage), the date/time that device was added, Vendor ID, Product ID etc. USBDeview also allows you to uninstall USB devices that you previously used and disconnect those currently connected. You can also use the program on a remote computer, as long as you are logged into that computer as admin.64-bit version is available for download.
  • Size (in bytes): 10273765
  • What's new: FixeAd ded more accelerator keys. USBDFixed the minimum size of Adview anced Options window. Added a detfew morect USB hubs (command probab-ly somine opther devices) as connecteds.


2011-10-31 10:04:20
Updated by Checker

  • Version: V1.956
  • Size (in bytes): 10258736
  • What's new: AFixedded 'USB Version' column, which displays the USB version of the device. This column is active only when 'Retrieveo USB PoDeviewer/Ver to detect USB hubsion I(anformation'd probably soption me other devices) as tur connected on.


2011-10-09 20:24:37
Updated by Checker

  • Version: V1.925
  • Size (in bytes): 10234586
  • What's new: Added 'Turn Off Device On Disable/Remove' option, only for Windows 7/2008/Vista. As opposed to Windows XP, Windows 7/2008/Vista doesn't turn off the USB device when you disable or 'Safely Remove' the device. This new option make a small Registry change to make Windows 7/2008/Vista behave like Windows XP and turn off the device after disable or 'Safely Remove' action. For more information: USB Port Remains Active for Disabled or Safely Removed USB Device. Be aware that th Versis change takes effect oonly after' rebocotlumn, andwhich requdires full admin rights (executeplays the USBDe view.exe wrsion of the 'Run As Admevice. This column is active only when 'Retrieve USB Power/Version Information' option is tur')ned on.


2011-08-22 01:26:21
Updated by Checker


    2011-08-15 11:05:21
    Updated by Checker

    • Version: V1.912
    • Size (in bytes): 100820348
    • What's new: FoAdded 'Turn Off Device On Disable/Remove' option, only for Windows 7/2008/Vista. As opposed to Windows XP, Windows 7/2008/Vista doesn't turn off the USB device when you disable or 'Safely Remove' the device. This new option make a small Registry change to make Windows 7/2008/Vista behave like Windows XP and turn off the device after disable or 'Safely Remove' action. For more information: USB Port Remains Active for Disabled or Safely Removed USB ToDevice. Be aware that this change takes effect only after reboot, Serial ndev requiceres full admin rights, (execute USBDeview.exe now displays tithe port 'Runame (Com1, Com2, CoAs Adm3,...), if it's stored in the Registry. The potrt name is displayed on the 'Drive Letteor' column.)


    2011-07-12 08:08:43
    Updated by Checker

    • Version: V1.901
    • Size (in bytes): 100556820
    • What's new: IFor USB To Serial devices, USBDeview now displays the port name (Com1, Com2, Com3,...), if it's stored in the Registry. The port name is disprovlayed the detection ofn the e 'Drive Laset Plug/Unplug Dater' vacoluemn.


    2011-06-29 11:10:53
    Updated by Checker

    • Version: V1.890
    • Size (in bytes): 100444556
    • What's new: Added 'Mark Odd/Even Rows' option, under the View menu. When it's turned on,Improved the odd and even rows are displayed in different color, detection o make it easierf to rhe 'Lad ast sinPlug/Unplug Date' valinue.


    2011-04-25 19:56:48
    Updated by Checker

    • Version: V1.889
    • Size (in bytes): 100171444
    • What's new: Added 'Mark Connected DevicOdd/Even Rows' o optioon, under the View menu. When it's turned on, rned on, the odd and even rows are displuggedlayed USBin devices arfferent color, to marked wie it easier th go reead a single backgroulind colore.


    2011-03-17 21:14:37
    Updated by infimum

    • Version: V1.878
    • Size (in bytes): 999100171
    • What's new: Added 'Mark Connected Device Inices' option. When it's turned on, the plugged USB devices are marked with green backgrounce IDd columnor.


    2011-03-02 18:17:07
    Updated by infimum

    • Version: V1.867
    • Size (in bytes): 99580971
    • What's new: USBDeview now displays a message with instructions to run as administrator when you try to disable/enable/remove a dAdded Device on Windows 7/2008/Vie Instta with UAC turnced ID column.


    2011-02-04 13:25:21
    Updated by webfork

    • Version: V1.856
    • Size (in bytes): 9929580
    • What's new: Added 'Change AssignUSBDed Drive Letter' option, which allows you to change the drivie letter that is assigw neow d to ispla USB device. In the next tiys a me thssage with you plug the deviinstruce, theions to runew dras adminive letsterator twhat en you try to disable/enable/remouve a chosdevice on Windows 7/2008/Vista will be th UAC tusrned on.


    2011-01-03 13:21:22
    Updated by Checker

    • Version: V1.845
    • Size (in bytes): 97549298
    • What's new: · Added n'Change Assigned Drive Letter' option, which allows you to change the drive letter that is assigned to a USB device. In the next time that you plug the device, the new var driabve les to etter the execute commhandt yoption:u chose %firmware_revision%,ll be %product_namse%, %vendor_name%.


    2010-12-15 09:02:05
    Updated by Checker

    • Version: V1.834
    • What's new: · Fixed bug: When typing commanAds in the 'Advanced Options' with quotes as the first or last letter, the quotes disappeaed new variables to the execute command option: s%firmware_revisiong t%, %pro ducthe_name%, .cfg fil%vendor_name. %


    2010-11-19 16:56:16
    Updated by Checker

    • Version: V1.823
    • What's new: The propeFixed bug: When typing commands in the 'Advanced Options' with quotes as the first or last letter, the quoties wdinsappeaedow no when contains 2 properties columns, instead of one very loing pr toperti thes .column fg fin the previous vlersions.


    2010-11-08 23:04:40
    Updated by Checker

    • How to extract: Download the ZIP package and extract a folder of your choice. Launch USBDeview.exe. Optionally, to show the vendor name and product name of your USB devices, download usb.ids to the e same e folder to show the vendor name and product name of your USB devices.


    2010-11-08 21:40:22
    Updated by Checker

    • Version: V1.812
    • Size (in bytes): 968367542
    • What's new: AddThe propertieds newindow now variables tco the execute ntains 2 properties colummandns, option: %insteadriver_ ofi one very long properties cole%, %dumn in the previver_ous version%, and %power%s.


    2010-10-13 17:44:12
    Updated by Checker

    • Version: V1.801
    • Size (in bytes): 9683690
    • What's new: Added 'Finew variables to the execute commware Revand option: %driver_file%, %driver_versioon%, an'd c%polumn.wer%


    2010-09-27 17:01:05
    Updated by Checker

    • Version: V1.7780
    • Size (in bytes): 9661590
    • What's new: Added 'DFisplay Trmway Balloon When Dre Revice Is Disconsionected' coptiolumn.


    2010-09-10 15:39:22
    Updated by Checker

    • Version: V1.767
    • Size (in bytes): 95996615
    • What's new: Added 'Add HeDisplay Trader Line Toy CSV/Tab-DeBallimited File' option. When this option is turned on, the column names are added as the first line whDevice Is Disconn you export to ecsv or tab-delimited' foptileon.


    2010-08-12 17:20:13
    Updated by infimum

    • Version: V1.756
    • Size (in bytes): 95172995
    • What's new: Added 'Driver Description' and 'Driver Version' columns ThAdd He status and vders Lion of usb.ids (The To CSVendorID/ProductI/Tab-D file) is now dlisplayed in the rmightted sFide of thle' botoptom status bar. Clickiiong this usb. When thids status will opetion http://www.lis turned on, the colux-usb.org/usb.ids inmn names yourare addefd auls the first Wline whebn you export to csv browsr tab-delimited filer.


    2010-07-23 13:12:39
    Updated by I am Baas

    • Version: V1.705
    • Size (in bytes): 94517462
    • What's new: Added option to exe'Driver Description' and 'Driver Version' cuolumns The state us and version of usb.ids (The VendorID/ProductID file) is now displayed in the right side of the bottomm status bar. Clicking this usb.ids status will opend when you unttpl://www.linux-usb.org a USB /usb.idevs ice (In 'Ayour dvefanced Opultions' windWeb brow)ser


    2010-05-26 08:25:57
    Updated by I am Baas

    • Version: V1.670
    • Size (in bytes): 9460746
    • What's new: You can now send the USB devices information to stdout by specifying an empty filename ("") in the command-line. (For example: usbAdeview.exe /stext "" >> c:\temp\usb.txt) Added new variables to the execute command opption to executie a con: %dmmand whevice_tn you unpe%, %service_name%, %device_class%,ug and %USB device_mfg% (In 'Advanced Options' window)


    2010-05-11 11:18:03
    Updated by I am Baas

    • Version: V1.657
    • Synopsis:
    • Size (in bytes): 923914604
    • What's new: · AYou can now send the USB devices information to stdout by specifying an empty filename ("") in the command-line. (For example: usbdeview.exe /stext "" >> c:\temp\usb.txt) Added new variables to the execute command 'Power' cptiolumn, wh: %device_type%, %service_name%, %deviche_class%, displays the power required by thend %device in _mA. (Works only for local computer)g%


    2010-04-22 06:33:18
    Updated by I am Baas

    • Synopsis:


    2010-04-22 06:30:34
    Updated by infimum

    • What's new: Version 1.65·· Addded ''Poower'' column, which displays the power required by the device in mA. (Works only for local computer)


    2010-04-22 06:28:52
    Updated by webfork

    • What's new: ·Version 1.65· Addded ''Poower'' column, which displays the power required by the device in mA. (Works only for local computer)


    2010-04-22 06:27:24
    Updated by Checker

    • Synopsis: USBDeview is a small utility that lists all USB devices that currently connected to your computer, as well as all devices that you previously used. For each device, extended information is displayed: name/description, type, serial number (for mass storage), the date/time that device was added, Vendor ID, Product ID etc. USBDeview also allows you to uninstall USB devices that you previously used and disconnect those currently connected. You can also use the program on a remote computer, as long as you are logged into that computer as admin.64-bit version is available for download.
    • What's new: · Added ''Poower'' column, which displays the power required by the device in mA. (Works only for local computer)


    2010-04-22 06:13:29
    Updated by infimum

    • Synopsis: USBDeview is a small utility that lists all USB devices that currently connected to your computer, as well as all devices that you previously used. For each device, extended information is displayed: name/description, type, serial number (for mass storage), the date/time that device was added, Vendor ID, Product ID etc. USBDeview also allows you to uninstall USB devices that you previously used and disconnect those currently connected. You can also use the program on a remote computer, as long as you are logged into that computer as admin.64-bit version is available for download.
    • What's new: · Addeed 'P'Power'' column, which displays the power required by the device in mA. (Works only for local computer)


    2010-04-22 05:49:20
    Updated by guinness

    • Version: V1.605
    • What's new: · Addded 'Power' column, which displays the power required by thed 2 ndewvice in mA. (Works only for local columns: 'Device Class' and 'Dputevice Mfg'r)


    2010-03-22 00:09:53
    Updated by guinness

    • Synopsis: USBDeview is a small utility that lists all USB devices that currently connected to your computer, as well as all USB devices that ydevices that you prevreviously used. For eacch USB device, extended information is displayed: Device name/detended information is displayed: name/description, type, sceription, device type, seriaal number er (for or mass storage), the datev/ticme that device was), the date/time that device was added, Vendor ID, Product ID etc. USBDeview also allows you to uninstall USB devices that you previously useddded, and disconnect USB devices that are currently connected to your computVendor. You can also ID, Produsect ID etc. USBDeviieww also allon aws you remoto uninstall USB de vicomputer,s thast lyongu as yopreviously used and disconnect those cu rrently cogin to tnected. You can also use the program on at remote computer, as long as you are logged into that computer with as admin user.


    2010-03-21 17:28:19
    Updated by Checker

    • Version: V1.560
    • Size (in bytes): 4864092391
    • What's new: · Fix bug: when saving USB devices list from command-line, USBDeview saved all items, without considering the last saved configuration. · Added command-line options that controls what ddevices to saved or display2 (/DisplayDisconnew cted, /DispolayHubs,mns: 'Device /DiClassplayNoPortSerial,' /DisplayNond 'Drevivcer). Mfg'


    2010-01-23 20:41:32
    Updated by Andrew Lee

    • Version: V1.506
    • What's new: · Improved drive letter detectionFix bug: when saving USB devices list from command-line, USBDeviiew saved all items, without considering the last saved configuration. · Added command-line options that controls w now hat devices to save or display (/DisplayDisco detnnect the drive letter of hard-disk edrives, connected/DisplayHubs, to USB. (Th/Dis imprlayNoPovrtSement only workial, /Dis onplay for local cNomputDriver).


    2009-12-29 23:06:54
    Updated by Checker

    • How to extract: Download the ZIP package and extract a folder of your choice. Launch USBDeview.exe. Optionally, download usb.ids to the same foptionally, download usb.ids to the same folder to to show the e vendor name andor name and product name of your USB devices. Launch USBD devicew.exe.s


    2009-12-06 19:48:43
    Updated by Checker

    • Categories: [System - Machine Info]
    • Version: V1.4850
    • Size (in bytes): 948640159
    • What's new: F Improved drive letter detection: USBDeview now also detect the drive letter of hard-disk drixves connected bug: to USBDev. (This improvemew didn't al only wow you to marke a speed test whe only the drive lettefor lof cal computhe USB drive was A: or B:)


    2009-12-01 08:35:59
    Updated by Checker

    • What's new: Fixed bug: USB: USBDeeviiew didn't t allow you to make a speed take a speed test when the d the drive letter ofletter of the USB drivee was A:: orr B:[by Checker]


    2009-11-22 11:31:24
    Updated by Checker

    • Synopsis: USBDeview is a small utility that lists all USB devices that currently connected to your computer, as well as all USB devices that you previously used. For each USB device, extended information is displayed: Device name/description, device type, serial number (for mass storage devices), the date/time that device was added, Vendor ID, Product ID etc. USBDeview also allows you to uninstall USB devices that you previously used, and disconnect USB devices that are currently connected to your computer. You can also use USBDeview on a remote computer, as long as you login to that computer with admin user.Additional: Add usb.ids in the same directory as USBDeview to show the vendor name and product name of your USB devices.
    • How to extract: Download the ZIP package and extract a folder of your choice. Optionally, download usb.ids to the same folder to show the vendor name and product name of your USB devices. Launch USBDeview.exe.
    • Suggested by: technicolordreamcoat
    • What's new: Fixed bug: USBDeview didn't allow you to make a speed test when the drive letter of the USB drive was A: or B:[by Checker]


    2009-11-19 22:14:02
    Updated by Checker

    • What's new: Fixed bug: USBDeview didn't allow you to make a speed test when the drive letter of the USB drive was A: or B:[by Checker]


    2009-11-19 21:51:30
    Updated by guinness


      2009-11-19 21:43:46
      Updated by guinness

      • What's new: Fixed bug: USBDeview didn't allow you to make a speed test when the drive letter of the USB drive was A: or B:


      2009-11-19 17:42:43
      Updated by Checker

      • Size (in bytes): 800090159


      2009-11-19 17:40:57
      Updated by admin

      • Version: V1.478
      • Synopsis: USBDeview is a small utility that lists all USB devices that currently connected to your computer, as well as all USB devices that you previously used. For each USB device, extended information is displayed: Device name/description, device type, serial number (for mass storage devices), the date/time that device was added, Vendor ID, Product ID etc. USBDeview also allows you to uninstall USB devices that you previously used, and disconnect USB devices that are currently connected to your computer. You can also use USBDeview on a remote computer, as long as you login to that computer with admin user.Additional:  Adusbsb.ids  in the same directory as USBDeview to show the vendor name and product name of your USB devices.


      2009-11-14 20:30:04
      Updated by admin

      • Synopsis: USBDeview is a small utility that lists all USB devices that currently connected to your computer, as well as all USB devices that you previously used. For each USB device, extended information is displayed: Device name/description, device type, serial number (for mass storage devices), the date/time that device was added, Vendor ID, Product ID etc. USBDeview also allows you to uninstall USB devices that you previously used, and disconnect USB devices that are currently connected to your computer. You can also use USBDeview on a remote computer, as long as you login to that computer with admin user.Additional: Add usb.ids in the same directory as USBDeview to show the the vendor name and product name of your USB devices.


      2009-11-14 20:29:14
      Updated by admin

      • System Requirement: Win7
      • Synopsis: USBDeview is a small utility that lists all USB devices that currently connected to your computer, as well as all USB devices that you previously used. For each USB device, extended information is displayed: Device name/description, device type, serial number (for mass storage devices), the date/time that device was added, Vendor ID, Product ID etc. USBDeview also allows you to uninstall USB devices that you previously used, and disconnect USB devices that are currently connected to your computer. You can also use USBDeview on a remote computer, as long as you login to that computer with admin user.Additional: Add usb.ids in the same directory as USBDeview to show the the vendor name and product name of your USB devices.


      2009-11-13 15:43:09
      Updated by admin

      • Version: V1.3547
      • System Requirement:


      2007-02-26 02:43:04
      Added by admin