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The USB Monitoring Control (USBMC) component library provides the monitoring functionality for your software application.

The component library lets you enumerate all installed usb devices and attach a monitor object to receive transferred data and control packets. The Monitor object can be attached to and detached from the device at any time, no matter if the device is being currently used or not.

New filter driver internal architecture allows you to process data coming from high speed USB devices without introducing any delays. This component comes with comprehensive library documentation as well as several working code samples.

Supporting a wide variety of programming languages (C++, Delphi, C#, VB.NET ) and platforms, the USBMC component library makes it easy to start implementing USB monitoring functionality in your software project.

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