NirSoft's DevManView is a tiny, free application that helps on the built-in Device Manager with a customizable, rotatable, and tremendously comprehensive view. It can display the twist of any networked machine that you can permit as an administrator, load twist from remote examples of Windows, ineffective devices, display properties sheets, and search twist in Google from the interface. It's presents in 32-bit and 64-bit downloads and works in entire edition of Windows from 2000 to 7.
At just below 53KB, DevManView loads quick noticeably quicker than the Device Manager with our system's twist viewed below no fewer than 19 draggable column headings, from Device Name to Driver Registry Time. We could take columns to display also move the entries up and down through a little pop-up. Clicking any column rotated the all seen to its orientation, giving us a lot of choice for determine devices established on particular criteria; for example, clicking Driver Date alternately ordered the list by freshest or oldest wood edition. This is DevManView's chief advantage over the Device Manager, and what makes it such a worthful troubleshooting instrument: its flexible information presentation.
The program's toolbar gives reasonably basic entries like search, copy, and preserve, but you can start items in RegEdit immediately through a control image, which is a utilize extra. Clicking Properties viewed the properties sheet of any selected item, adding blank areas for entering extra data. The Options menu gave us the selection of filtering the view
to show only connected twist, non-Plug-and-Play woods, viewing the time in Greenwich Mean Time, and a few other choices, as the Advanced Options given three selections: a remote computer choice; an outside Windows folder list; and a Control Set option that let us select to load the default Windows Control Set, the last recognize better entry, or one of nine choice Control Sets a utilize troubleshooting and retrieval characteristics.
DevManView proved just as capable of invaliding, enabling, and removing twist as the built-in Device Manager, with far more choice for considering and troubleshooting your machine devices or those of any networked machine you handle. It's totally portable and little planty to go on just about any type of storage device, so it's not only better to hold in your system but also on your USB repel.
DevManView is a substitute to the standard Device Manager of Windows, which view entire twist and their properties in flat table, rather of tree viewer. In extra to displaying the twist of your local pc, DevManView also permit you view the devices list of another machine on your network, as long as you have administrator permit rights to this machine. DevManView can also load the twist list from external example of Windows and in valid undesirable twist. This characteristics can be utilize if you have Windows OS with booting trouble, and you require to disable the problematic device.