Windows 10 was supposed to end the need to safely eject drives, so why does it (a) still include the eject icon in my tray? (b) say "This device is currently in use. Close any programs or windows that might be using the device, and then try again."?
And why does it not say which programs are using the device? Almost every time there is no program using the device, as far as I can tell. Shouldn't Windows be able to tell me which programs are using the device, and ask me if I want to close those programs?
On others' posts I've read "just pull it out anyway", and I've read "you'll be sorry". At this point, I'm not particularly looking for opinions of what to do. I want to know what I asked.