Iibusb for Windows
Iibusb for Windows is a C library that provides standard access to USB devices. It is regarded as the best library to work around USB devices on Windows. It is projected to be used by developers to simplify the production of applications that communicate with USB hardware. It has a user-mode, in which no special authorization or boost is required for the application to communicate with a given device. Having a single application programming interface that communicates across different platforms, Iibusb can provide access to USB devices on Windows, Linux, Android, OS X, and OpenBSD, supporting all versions of available USB protocol from the lowest 1.0 to the latest 3.1.
On What Platforms Can I Use Iibusb?
The supported systems for Iibusb are all Windows platforms, starting with Windows XP, and including the 64-bit versions, except for Windows 2003, since Microsoft does not support WinUSB on both the 32bit and 64bits of Windows 2003. Also exempted is Windows XP 64 bit as Microsoft does not support WinUSB on 64bits of Win XP.
Aside from the vast usage of Iibusb on Windows PC, libusb can also be used on other operating systems such as Windows CE, Linux, macOS, Android, Solaris, OpenBSD/NetBSD, and Haiku.
This sounds interesting, right? So how can anyone get started with using Iibusb?
To start the use of Iibusb, begin by downloading Iibusb from this page. And if you prefer, you can also access the source directly from Github.
For a new user, you will need to install a supported driver. But if your device is a generic HID device, no extra driver is needed since it is supported. And if your device uses WinUSB driver, no extra driver is needed since it is supported natively.
Iibusb can also be used in any proprietary application so long as you don’t modify its original source code.
Get authorized access access to USB devices on Windows, Linux, macOS many more