USB Drive Letter Manager Crack With Serial Key Latest 2023
USBDLM gives you the freedom to assign a custom drive letter to the USB devices that are connected to your computer. It runs as a Windows service, which means that the logged on user does not require administrative rights in order to modify the drive letters.
By default, your system allocates a newly connected removable device to the first available drive. Letter assignments can also be changed manually via the Control Panel, but this application helps you save time and gives you less headaches.
|Crack size||~ 500KB|
|Systems||Win 2K, Win XP, Win XP 64 bit, Win Vista, Win Vista 64 bit, Win 7, Win 7 64 bit, Win 8, Win 8 64 bit, Win 2003, Win 10, Win 10 64 bit|
The running service is capable of identifying the connected drives and instantly verify whether the letter that is assigned to the device is used by network drives for the currently logged in user.
Configuring the application behavior is done by editing the USBDLM. INI file. For your convenience, the package comes with a sample configuration file that can be used as an example.
You can set new drive letters that should be allocated to connected USB storage devices, retain certain letters that cannot be distributed to local drives, hide or remove certain drives, set the program to display a popup window containing the assigned drive letter or manage special situations that require you to assign letters to a drive provided specific conditions are met (for instance, a minimum size is exceeded).
One advantage of USBDLM is related to card readers, which are normally assigned a drive letter for each slot. With the help of this application, you can instruct the computer to create a new drive letter until a card is detected.
While configuring it might take a while and beginners might find this operation quite difficult, USBDLM can prove to be a useful tool for controlling the way Windows allocates letters to connected drives.
You can download both the installer and portable versions from this page.
- Bugfix: On deregistration of the USBDLM service no-letter entries created by USBDLM where not removed, so the drive did not get a drive letter assigned
- Bugfix: Under Windows 8 and 10 OnArrival for Bitlocker drives was executed immediately instead after unlock. Now twice, see Bitlocker.
- Bugix: UsbDriveInfo could not swap or steal drive letters since V5.4.8 because it showed a OK only messagebox instead of Yes/No which is hard to answer with Yes.
- New: USBDLM's balloon-tips and UsbDriveInfo look better under Windows 10 with a display scale > 100% (they are "DPI aware" and therefore no more bitmap-scaled)
Samantha, 20 July 2018
muito obrigado pela keygen
Federico, 21 June 2018
thanks a lot. it worked.
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