If you have a computer available to other people, there may be times when you want to know what USB devices were connected. The office may have a shared computer that employees can use in the break room or break room. conference hall. You can monitor all USB devices connected to these machines with USBLogView
It’s a nifty little utility that runs from the taskbar and automatically logs when a USB device is plugged in or unplugged from the machine. It records several pieces of information, including time, device name, type, serial number, and other information about a specific device.
Such a program can prove to be very useful for an IT administrator or anyone who simply wants to keep track of what devices are connected to their computer. Has a virus caught suddenly? Maybe it was a guest who was staying at your house and decided to open some virus-infected file only on our computer!
You can right-click any item and select Properties. The toolbar also has a button that invokes properties.
As you can see, he got quite a lot of information about my iPhone 3GS. For other devices like USB sticks or hard drives, it will give you other information like drive letter, etc. If you right click any item, you can also export the whole thing as HTML file.
You can also click Select Columns if you want to add or remove additional columns to the story. In the Options section, you can select Place Icon in Tray and then close the program.
The program does not require installation, which is nice. Just run the EXE file and place it in your system tray. It will just sit and record everything without interrupting USB devices in any way. All in all, for some it is a useful program and it works well. Enjoy!