You can list all attached devices, even those on the list which aren't recognized by your operating system. You can also determine which drives are mapped to particular applications, so you can quickly exclude or include specific drives using the standard menu based process. Beyond that, it also supports the standard command line protocols for enumerating devices, listing them, and, of course, managing their ejection. In short, you can quickly get rid of those unneeded drives and make room for more which you know will be used.
Of course, the best feature of this utility is probably the ability to quickly move files from one directory to another. As soon as a USB disk ejector connects to your computer, it immediately identifies all attached storage media including USB drives, hard drives and other data drives like digital cameras, digital audio workstations and other computer network hardware. You can immediately begin copying files from any one of these devices back to their respective host computers, taking advantage of the built in functionality of the USB Disk Ejector software.