The Windows Device Manager has long been the place to go if you are having trouble with some piece of hardware connected to your computer. You can always rely on those trusty yellow exclamation icons or red X icons to help figure out whats going on.
Though its good enough for most consumers, IT administrators may need more details and options. Thats where Device Remover comes in.
Device Remover is basically an alternative to the Device Manager. You can do everything using it that you can do with the normal device manager, but also a lot more.