USBDeview – USB devices logger, viewer and manager

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USBDeview is a portable and free USB device scanning, viewing and managing applet, used to quickly check all the related information of USB devices (currently connected or previously used) on your PC.

Run the program, it will automatically scan all the detailed data for the USB devices on your PC (including Device Name/Type, Serial Number, Created Date, Last Plug/Unplug Date, VendorID, etc.), even the information of any USB devices used long time ago can also be scanned out.

You can then directly operate these USB equipment in the program window, including uninstall, disable and activate. Besides,  you can even export these information to a Text/HTML or XML file format, which is convenient to manage these external USB equipment.

BTW, USBDeview can also be used to collect USB devices information from a remote computer (needs access right) through the command line.

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