Change history for USBDeview


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

  • Website URL: http https://www.nirsoft.net/utils/usb_devices_view.html
  • Version: v2.71 72
  • Size (in bytes): 132932 133519
  • Download URL: http https://www.nirsoft.net/utils/usbdeview.zip
  • Keywords: usbview usb%20deview usb%20de%20view usbdevview usb%20devview usb%20dev%20view usbview
  • Release date: 2017-06 11-07 14
  • What's new: [list] [*]When running USBDeview locally, the Added 'Computer Friendly Name' column now displays the local computer name (in previous versions it was empty). [/ . [/list]


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

  • Version: v2.70 71
  • Size (in bytes): 132732 132932
  • Release date: 2017-05 06-23 07
  • What's new: Added: [ [list] [*]New When command-line running options to check whether a USB device is connected (USBDeview returns 0 if locally, the 'Computer device Name' column is now not displays 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 the example: [font=monospace]USBDeview.exe /is_connected "USB\Vid_1058&Pid_1023\8539583490834690"[/font]. [*]New local command-line computer options to check whether a USB device is disabled name (USBDeview in returns previous 0 versions if it the was 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_pid[/font]. For example: [font=monospace]USBDeview.exe /is_disabled "USB\Vid_1058&Pid_1023\8539583490834690"[/font]. [/ empty). [/list]


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

  • Version: v2.66 70
  • Size (in bytes): 130372 132732
  • Release date: 2017-04 05-17 23
  • What's new: [ Added: [list] [*]New command-line options to check whether a USB device is connected (USBDeview now returns can 0 start if the Remote device Registry is service not even 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 it's 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_pid[/font]. For example: [font=monospace]USBDeview.exe /is_disabled "USB\Vid_1058&Pid_1023\8539583490834690"[/font]. [/list]


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

  • Version: v2.65 66
  • Size (in bytes): 130247 130372
  • Release date: 2017-03 04-22 17
  • What's new: [list] [*]Added USBDeview option now to automatically can start the Remote Registry service on the remote machine for reading the USB even devices if information (in 'Advnaced it's Options' window). [/ disabled. [/list]


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

  • Version: v2.62 65
  • Size (in bytes): 129500 130247
  • Release date: 2016 2017-12 03-27 22
  • What's new: [list] [*]Added [font=monospace]/RunAsAdmin[/font] command-line option. You can to use automatically it start with the other Remote command-line Registry options service of on actions the that remote require machine elevation ([font=monospace]/remove[/font], [font=monospace]/disable[/font], [font=monospace]/enable[/font], [font=monospace]/disable_enable[/font]), for example: [font=monospace]USBDeview.exe /RunAsAdmin /disable " reading the USB\Vid_1058&Pid_1023\8539583490834690"[/font]. [/ devices information (in 'Advnaced Options' window). [/list]


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

  • Version: v2.61 62
  • Size (in bytes): 128812 129500
  • Screenshot: Updated
  • Similar/alternative apps: [url=http https://www.portablefreeware.com/index.php?id=2287]USB Oblivion[/url]
  • Release date: 2016-07 12-05 27
  • What's new: [list] [*]Fixed Added [font=monospace]/RunAsAdmin[/font] command-line bug: The 'Run option. You As can Administrator' option use it with other command-line failed options to of work actions randomly that on require some elevation ([font=monospace]/remove[/font], [font=monospace]/disable[/font], [font=monospace]/enable[/font], [font=monospace]/disable_enable[/font]), for systems. [/ example: [font=monospace]USBDeview.exe /RunAsAdmin /disable "USB\Vid_1058&Pid_1023\8539583490834690"[/font]. [/list]


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

  • Version: v2.60 61
  • Size (in bytes): 128670 128812
  • Release date: 2016-06 07-15 05
  • What's new: [list] [*]Improved Fixed the bug: The 'Run detection As of Administrator' option device failed connect to status (Connected work randomly column) on Windows 8 and some 10 systems. [/list]


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

  • Icon: Updated


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

  • Version: v2.55 60
  • Size (in bytes): 122266 128670
  • Release date: 2016-03 06-03 15
  • What's new: [list] [*]Added 'Display Improved Only the Devices detection With of Drive device Letter' option connect status (Connected column) on Windows 8 and 10. [/list]


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

  • Version: v2.52 55
  • Size (in bytes): 122164 122266
  • Release date: 2016-01 03-19 03
  • What's new: [list] [*]USBDeview Added 'Display now Only saves Devices the With last Drive selected font in the .cfg file Letter' option. [/list]


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

  • Version: v2.51 52
  • Size (in bytes): 122054 122164
  • Release date: 2015 2016-12 01-08 19
  • What's new: [list] [*]Added 'Open USBDeview INF now File' option saves the last selected font in the .cfg file. [/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 name/description, type, serial number (for mass storage), the date/time that device was added, Vendor ID, Product ID etc. The program also allows you to disconnect currently connected USB devices as well as uninstall previously used USB devices. You The program can also be use the program 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: v2.50 51
  • Size (in bytes): 121991 122054
  • Release date: 2015-11 12-04 08
  • What's new: [list] [*]Added [i]'Driver 'Open InfSection'[/i] and [i]'Driver INF InfPath'[/i] columns File' option. [/list]


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

  • Version: v2.46 50
  • Size (in bytes): 120866 121991
  • Release date: 2015-09 11-16 04
  • What's new: [list] [*]Added 'Run [i]'Driver As InfSection'[/i] and [i]'Driver Administrator' option InfPath'[/i] columns. [/list]


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

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

  • Version: v2.45 46
  • Size (in bytes): 120784 120866
  • Release date: 2015-07 09-27 16
  • What's new: [list] [*]You Added 'Run can As now choose to connect a remote computer or external Registry file from the 'Advanced Options Administrator' window (In previous versions, you could do it only from command-line) [*]Fixed to display an error message when USBDeview fails to connect a remote computer option. [/list]


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

  • Version: v2.42 45
  • Size (in bytes): 120422 120784
  • Release date: 2015-04 07-15 27
  • What's new: [list] [*]Added 'Capabilities' column. You can read now about choose to connect a remote computer or external Registry file from the 'Advanced meaning Options' window (In of previous every versions, you string could inside do this it column [url=https://msdn.microsoft.com/en only from command-us/library/windows/hardware/ff543095(v=vs.85).aspx]in line) [*]Fixed to display an error message when USBDeview fails to connect a this remote article[/url]. [/ computer. [/list]


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

  • Version: v2.41 42
  • Size (in bytes): 120187 120422
  • Screenshot: Updated
  • Release date: 2015-03 04-01 15
  • What's new: [list] [*]Fixed Added 'Capabilities' column. You bug: USBDeview can failed read to remember about the last size/position meaning of the every main string window inside if it was not located this column [url=https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/hardware/ff543095(v=vs.85).aspx]in the primary this monitor. [/ article[/url]. [/list]


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

  • Version: v2.40 41
  • Size (in bytes): 117711 120187
  • Release date: 0000 2015-00 03-00 01
  • What's new: [list] [*]Added 'Sort Fixed On bug: USBDeview Every failed Update' option to remember the last size/position of the main window if it was not located in the primary monitor. [/list]


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

  • Version: v2.37 40
  • Size (in bytes): 119391 117711
  • What's new: [list] [*]Added 'Decode Sort Serial On Numbers Every Update' option. When it's turned on, a serial number that is encoded as hexadecimal string is decoded to Ascii. [/list]


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

  • Synopsis: USBDeview is a small utility that lists all USB devices that plugged currently connected to into your computer, as both well current as and all in devices the that you previously used past. For Information each on device, extended information devices is includes displayed: name/description, type, serial number (for mass storage), the date/time that device was added, Vendor ID, Product ID etc. USBDeview The program also allows you to uninstall disconnect currently connected USB devices that as you well as uninstall previously used and USB disconnect those currently connected devices. You can also use the program on a remote computer, as long as you are have logged an into admin login to that computer as admin.


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

  • Version: v2.36 37
  • Size (in bytes): 119176 119391
  • What's new: [list] [*]Added 'Decode secondary Serial sorting Numbers' option. When support: You it's can now get turned on, a secondary serial sorting, by number holding that down is the encoded shift as key hexadecimal while string clicking is the column header. Be aware that you only have decoded to hold down the shift key when clicking the second/third/fourth column. To sort the first column you should not hold down the shift key Ascii. [/list]


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

  • Version: v2.35 36
  • Size (in bytes): 118219 119176
  • What's new: [list] [*]Added 'Reload USB secondary Hub' option (Ctrl+R). When sorting you support: You select can a now USB get hub a item secondary and sorting, by holding use down the 'Reload USB shift Hub' option, all key USB while devices clicking connected the to column this header. Be hub aware are that reconnected, including you USB only devices have that to you hold previously down disconnected. Be the aware shift that key in when order clicking to the use second/third/fourth this column. To option, you sort also the have first to column you should not turn hold on down the 'Show USB shift Hubs' option (Ctrl+F7). [/ key. [/list]


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

  • Version: v2.30 35
  • Size (in bytes): 117012 118219
  • What's new: [list] [*]Fixed Added 'Reload bug USB on Hub' option (Ctrl+R). When Windows you Vista/7/8 select with a UAC USB turned hub on: USBDeview item failed and use the 'Reload USB Hub' option, all USB devices connected to remove this hub are reconnected, including USB devices when that running you without previously disconnected. Be aware that in order to use this option, you also have to turn on the 'Show USB elevation. [/ Hubs' option (Ctrl+F7). [/list]


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

  • Forum topic ID: 0 765


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

  • Version: v2.29 30
  • Size (in bytes): 116832 117012
  • What's new: [list] [*]Fixed to bug display on the Windows correct Vista/7/8 Power with value UAC of turned USB on: USBDeview 3.0 failed to remove USB devices when running without elevation. [/list]


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

  • Version: v2.28 29
  • Size (in bytes): 116738 116832
  • What's new: [list] [*]Fixed to display date/time the values correct according Power to value daylight of saving USB time 3.0 settings devices. [/list]


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

  • Version: v2.27 28
  • Size (in bytes): 116158 116738
  • What's new: [list] [*]You Fixed can to now display use the 'Open In RegEdit' features on Windows Vista date/7/8 (with time UAC values turned according on) without to running USBDeview.exe as Administrator. Elevation window will appear to daylight confirm saving every time action settings. [/list]


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

  • Version: v2.26 27
  • Size (in bytes): 115916 116158
  • What's new: [list] [*]Update You for Windows 7/8/Vista/2008: USBDeview can now extracts use the 'Open real In device RegEdit' features name on directly Windows from Vista/7/8 (with hardware UAC when turned the on) without device running is USBDeview.exe connected as and Administrator. Elevation the 'Retrieve window USB will Power/Version appear Information' option to is confirm turned every on action. [/list]


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

  • Version: v2.25 26
  • Size (in bytes): 115634 115916
  • What's new: [list] [*]Added Update new for command-line Windows options 7/8/Vista/2008: USBDeview to now disable extracts and the then real enable device again name a directly device: /disable_enable, /disable_enable_by_serial , /disable_enable_by_drive , /disable_enable_by_class , /disable_enable_by_pid , /disable_enable_all [*]You from can hardware now specify when the device Instance is ID connected string in and the 'Retrieve following command-line options: /disable, /enable, /remove, /disable_enable, /stop For example: USBDeview.exe /disable "USB\Vid_1058&Pid_1023\8539583490834690" [*]You can now use the disable/enable Power/uninstall Version features Information' option on Windows Vista/7/8 (with UAC is turned on) without running USBDeview.exe as Administrator. Elevation window will appear to confirm every action. [/list]


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

  • Version: v2.22 25
  • Size (in bytes): 113886 115634
  • What's new: [list] [*]Fixed Added USBDeview new to command-line add options header to line disable to and the then csv/tab-delimited enable files again when a exporting device: /disable_enable, /disable_enable_by_serial , /disable_enable_by_drive , /disable_enable_by_class , /disable_enable_by_pid , /disable_enable_all [*]You the can USB now information specify from the command-line. In device order Instance to ID add string in the header following command-line, you options: /disable, /enable, /remove, /disable_enable, /stop For example: USBDeview.exe /disable "USB\Vid_1058&Pid_1023\8539583490834690" [*]You can now use the /AddExportHeaderLine command-line disable/enable/uninstall option, or features simply on turn Windows Vista/7/8 (with UAC turned on) without the 'Add running Header USBDeview.exe Line as To Administrator. Elevation CSV/Tab-Delimited window File' option will from appear the to confirm user every interface action. [/list]


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

  • Version: v2.21 22
  • Size (in bytes): 113299 113886
  • What's new: [list] [*]You Fixed can USBDeview now to use add header line to the disable/enable csv/remove tab-delimited files when exporting the USB information from command-line. In options according order to add the com header number line, you of can a use USB the /AddExportHeaderLine to command-line serial option, or device. For simply example: USBDeview.exe /disable_by_drive turn on the 'Add Header Line To CSV/Tab-Delimited File' option from the user com62 [/ interface. [/list]


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

  • Version: v2.20 21
  • Size (in bytes): 113059 113299
  • What's new: [list] [*]Update You for can Windows now 8: It use seems the that disable/enable/remove on command-line Windows options 8, it's impossible according to detect from the Registry com whether a device is connected or disconnected, so instead number of using the Registry, a device USB is to displayed serial as connected if it has power/version information device. Be For aware that if the 'Retrieve USB Power/Version Information' option is turned off on Windows 8, all devices will displayed as example: USBDeview.exe /disable_by_drive disconnected. [/ com62 [/list]


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

  • Version: v2.18 20
  • System Requirement:
  • Size (in bytes): 112506 113059
  • What's new: [list] [*]Fixed Update issue for Windows 8: The %drive% variable It returned seems empty that string on for Windows USB 8, it's impossible to serial 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 off on Windows 8, all devices will displayed as disconnected. [/list]


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

  • Version: v2.17 18
  • System Requirement:
  • Size (in bytes): 112371 112506
  • What's new: [list] [*]Fixed bug issue: When The %drive% variable plugging returned 2 empty USB string devices for with USB the to same serial pid/vid, USBDeview disabled/enabled/removed the wrong device devices. [/list]


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

  • Version: v2.16 17
  • Size (in bytes): 112186 112371
  • What's new: [list] [*]Added Fixed new bug: When variable plugging to 2 USB devices with the execute same pid/vid, USBDeview disabled/enabled/removed the command wrong option: %usb_version% [/ device. [/list]


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

  • Version: V2 v2.15 16
  • Size (in bytes): 105845 112186
  • What's new: [list] [*]Added 'Auto Size new Columns+Headers' option, which allows you variable to automatically resize the columns execute according command to the row values and column headers. Fixed issue: The properties and the options windows opened in the wrong monitor, on multi-monitors system. [/ option: %usb_version% [/list]


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

  • Version: V2.12 15
  • System Requirement:
  • Size (in bytes): 105478 105845
  • 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: USBDeview The failed properties to and detect the some options devices windows as opened connected, even in if the they wrong monitor, on were multi-monitors connected system. [/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]USBDeview.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: V2.11 12
  • Size (in bytes): 104703 105478
  • What's new: [list] [*]Fixed issue: USBDeview failed to detect the some version/power devices information as of Etron USB 3.0 host controller connected, and possibly even other if USB they host were controllers connected. [/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 [url=http://www.linux-usb.org/usb.ids]usb.ids [/url] to the same folder.
  • What's new: [list] [*]Fixed USBDeview to detect the version/power information of Etron USB 3.0 host controller, and possibly other USB host controllers. . [/list]


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

  • Version: V2.10 11
  • What's new: Fixed USBDeview to detect the 'Last Plug version/Unplug power Date' value information on of Windows Etron 7. Fixed USB the 'Device 3.0 host controller, and possibly Mfg' value other on USB Windows host 7 controllers.


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

  • Version: V2.06 10
  • Size (in bytes): 104439 104703
  • What's new: Fixed bug: USBDeview the 'Last freezed Plug/Unplug for Date' value a on few Windows seconds 7. Fixed if the 'Device there was a disconnected network drive Mfg' value on the Windows system 7.


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

  • Version: V2.05 06
  • Size (in bytes): 104275 104439
  • What's new: Fixed the bug: USBDeview speed freezed test for error a messages few of seconds USB if 3.0 there devices. Also, you was can a now disconnected submit network the drive speed on tests the of USB 3 system.0 devices to http://usb3speed.nirsoft.net Web site


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

  • Version: V2.00 05
  • Size (in bytes): 103527 104275
  • What's new: Changed Fixed the USB speed status test icons error so messages it'll of be USB much 3.0 easier devices. Also, you to can distinguish now between submit them, especially the on speed small tests LCD of monitors USB 3.0 devices to http://usb3speed.nirsoft.net Web site


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: V1 V2.97 00
  • 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): 103765 103527
  • What's new: Added Changed more the accelerator USB keys. Fixed status the icons so it'll minimum be size much of easier Advanced to Options distinguish window. Added between a them, especially few on more small command-line LCD options monitors.


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

  • Version: V1.96 97
  • 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): 102736 103765
  • What's new: Added more accelerator keys. Fixed to the minimum USBDeview size to of detect Advanced USB Options hubs (and window. Added probably a some few other more devices) as command-line connected options.


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

  • Version: V1.95 96
  • Size (in bytes): 102586 102736
  • What's new: Added 'USB Fixed Version' column, which to displays USBDeview the to detect USB version of the device. This column is active only when 'Retrieve USB hubs (and Power/Version probably Information' option some is other turned devices) as on connected.


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

  • Version: V1.92 95
  • Size (in bytes): 102348 102586
  • What's new: Added 'Turn USB Off Device On Disable/Remove Version' option column, only which for Windows 7/2008/Vista. As opposed to Windows XP, Windows 7/2008/Vista doesn't turn off displays the USB device version when of you disable or 'Safely Remove' the device. This new column option is make active a only small when 'Retrieve Registry USB change to make Windows 7 Power/2008/Vista Version behave like Windows XP and turn off the device after disable or 'Safely Remove Information' action. For option more is information: USB turned Port Remains Active for Disabled or Safely Removed USB Device. Be aware that this change takes effect only after reboot, and requires full admin rights (execute USBDeview on.exe with 'Run As Administrator')


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


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

    • Version: V1.91 92
    • Size (in bytes): 100820 102348
    • What's new: For Added 'Turn USB Off To Device Serial On devices Disable/Remove' option, USBDeview only now for displays Windows the 7/2008/Vista. As port opposed name (Com1 to Windows XP, Com2, Com3,...), if Windows 7/2008/Vista it doesn's t stored turn in off the Registry USB device when you disable or 'Safely Remove' the device. The This port new name option is make displayed a on small Registry change to make Windows 7/2008/Vista behave like Windows XP and turn off the device after disable or 'Drive Safely Letter Remove' column action. For more information: USB Port Remains Active for Disabled or Safely Removed USB Device. Be aware that this change takes effect only after reboot, and requires full admin rights (execute USBDeview.exe with 'Run As Administrator')


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

    • Version: V1.90 91
    • Size (in bytes): 100556 100820
    • What's new: Improved For USB To Serial devices, USBDeview now displays the detection port of name (Com1, Com2, Com3,...), if it's stored in the 'Last Plug/Unplug Registry. The port name is displayed on the 'Drive Date Letter' value column.


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

    • Version: V1.89 90
    • Size (in bytes): 100444 100556
    • What's new: Added 'Mark Odd/Even Rows' option, under Improved the View detection menu. When of it's turned on, the 'Last odd Plug/Unplug and even rows are displayed in different color, to make it easier to read a single line Date' value.


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

    • Version: V1.88 89
    • Size (in bytes): 100171 100444
    • What's new: Added 'Mark Connected Odd/Even Devices Rows' option, under the View menu. When it's turned on, the plugged odd USB and devices even rows are marked displayed with in green background different color, to make it easier to read a single line.


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

    • Version: V1.87 88
    • Size (in bytes): 99971 100171
    • What's new: Added 'Mark Device Connected Instance Devices' option. When ID it's column turned on, the plugged USB devices are marked with green background color.


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

    • Version: V1.86 87
    • Size (in bytes): 99580 99971
    • What's new: USBDeview Added now Device displays Instance a ID message with instructions to run as administrator when you try to disable/enable/remove a device on Windows 7/2008/Vista with UAC turned on column.


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

    • Version: V1.85 86
    • Size (in bytes): 99298 99580
    • What's new: Added 'Change USBDeview Assigned now Drive displays Letter' option, which a allows message you with instructions to change run the as drive administrator letter when that you is assigned try to disable/enable/remove a USB device. In the on next Windows time that you plug the device, the new drive letter that you 7/2008/Vista chose with will UAC be turned used on.


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

    • Version: V1.84 85
    • Size (in bytes): 97542 99298
    • What's new: · Added 'Change new Assigned variables Drive Letter' option, which allows you to change the execute drive command letter option: %firmware_revision%, %product_name%, %vendor_name% that is assigned to a USB device. In the next time that you plug the device, the new drive letter that you chose will be used.


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

    • Version: V1.83 84
    • What's new: · Added Fixed new bug: When variables typing commands in to the 'Advanced Options' with quotes execute as the first or last letter, the quotes disappeaed when saving to the .cfg command file. option: %firmware_revision%, %product_name%, %vendor_name%


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

    • Version: V1.82 83
    • What's new: The Fixed properties bug: When window typing now commands contains in 2 the 'Advanced properties Options' with quotes columns, instead as of the one first very or long last properties letter, the column quotes in disappeaed the when previous saving to the .cfg versions. file.


    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, download usb.ids to the same folder to show the vendor name and product name of your USB devices , download usb.ids to the same folder.


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

    • Version: V1.81 82
    • Size (in bytes): 96836 97542
    • What's new: Added The new properties variables window to now the contains execute 2 properties columns, instead of one very long properties column in the command previous option: %driver_file%, %driver_version%, and %power% versions.


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

    • Version: V1.80 81
    • Size (in bytes): 96690 96836
    • What's new: Added 'Firmware Revision' column. new variables to the execute command option: %driver_file%, %driver_version%, and %power%


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

    • Version: V1.77 80
    • Size (in bytes): 96615 96690
    • What's new: Added 'Display Firmware Tray Balloon When Device Is Disconnected Revision' option column.


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

    • Version: V1.76 77
    • Size (in bytes): 95995 96615
    • What's new: Added 'Add Display Header Tray Line Balloon To When CSV/Tab-Delimited Device File Is Disconnected' option. When this option is turned on, the column names are added as the first line when you export to csv or tab-delimited file.


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

    • Version: V1.75 76
    • Size (in bytes): 95172 95995
    • What's new: Added 'Driver Add Description' and 'Driver Header Version' columns Line The To status CSV/Tab-Delimited and File' option. When version this of option usb.ids (The VendorID/ProductID file) is now turned displayed on, the in column the names right are side added of as the bottom first status line bar. Clicking when this you usb.ids export status to will csv open or http://www.linux tab-usb delimited file.org/usb.ids in your default Web browser


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

    • Version: V1.70 75
    • Size (in bytes): 94746 95172
    • What's new: Added 'Driver option Description' and 'Driver to Version' columns execute The a status command and when version you of unplug usb.ids (The a VendorID/ProductID USB file) is device (In 'Advanced now Options' window) displayed in the right side of the bottom status bar. Clicking this usb.ids status will open http://www.linux-usb.org/usb.ids in your default Web browser


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

    • Version: V1.67 70
    • Size (in bytes): 94604 94746
    • What's new: You Added can now send the USB devices information option to stdout execute by specifying an empty filename ("") in the a command-line. (For example: usbdeview.exe /stext "" >> c:\temp\usb.txt) Added when new you variables unplug to a the USB execute device (In 'Advanced command option: %device_type%, %service_name%, %device_class%, and %device_mfg% Options' window)


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

    • Version: V1.65 67
    • 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): 92391 94604
    • What's new: · Added 'Power' column, which displays You can now send the power USB required devices information to stdout by the specifying device an empty filename ("") in mA the command-line. (Works For only example: usbdeview.exe /stext "" >> c:\temp\usb.txt) Added new variables to the for execute local command computer) option: %device_type%, %service_name%, %device_class%, and %device_mfg%


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

    • 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


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

    • What's new: Version 1.65· Added ' 'Power' ' 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· Added ' 'Power' ' 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 ' 'Power' ' 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: · · Added ' '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: V1.60 65
    • What's new: · Added 'Power' column, which 2 displays new the columns: 'Device power Class' and 'Device required by the device in mA. (Works only for local Mfg' computer)


    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 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 those currently connected to your computer. You can also use USBDeview the program on a remote computer, as long as you login are to logged into that computer with as admin user.


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

    • Version: V1.56 60
    • Size (in bytes): 48640 92391
    • 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 devices 2 to new save columns: 'Device or Class' and 'Device display (/DisplayDisconnected, /DisplayHubs, /DisplayNoPortSerial, /DisplayNoDriver). Mfg'


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

    • Version: V1.50 56
    • What's new: · Fix Improved bug: when drive saving letter USB detection: devices list from command-line, USBDeview now saved also all detect items, without considering the drive last letter saved of configuration. · Added hard command-disk line drives options connected that to controls USB. (This what improvement devices only works only to for save local or computer) display (/DisplayDisconnected, /DisplayHubs, /DisplayNoPortSerial, /DisplayNoDriver).


    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 folder to show the vendor name and product name of your USB devices. Launch USBDeview.exe.


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

    • Categories: [System - Machine Info]
    • Version: V1.48 50
    • Size (in bytes): 90159 48640
    • What's new: Fixed bug: USBDeview Improved didn't drive allow letter you detection: USBDeview to now make also a speed test when detect the drive letter of the hard-disk drives connected to USB. (This drive improvement was only A: or works only for local B: computer)


    2009-12-01 08:35:59
    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] :


    2009-11-22 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): 80000 90159


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

      • Version: V1.47 48
      • 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.


      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: V1.35 47
      • System Requirement:


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