One cannot and should not simply physically remove a USB drive, lest you lose unsaved data, but use the Safely Remove Hardware option offered by Windows. But this involves a couple of clicks.
USB Disk Ejector is program that allows you to quickly remove USB devices in Windows.
It was originally designed to remove only USB pen drives but will now eject any USB or firewire device that Windows sees as a disk. It can also eject flash cards from card readers.
It can be run as a non-visual command line program or a normal gui program and is very useful if you have a USB flash/pen drive, especially if you use a menu such as PStart or the Portable Apps launcher.
The command line options are very flexible, they can be used to:
- Eject the drive that the program is running from.
- Eject a drive by specifying a drive letter.
- Eject a drive by specifying a drive name.
- Eject a drive by specifying a partial drive name.