You just erased the name of folder or file from the directory entry of the file system. The information is still there and can be easily recovered. There are lots of free file eraser packages out there. The principle most of them use is a file is safely removed from the disk when it is overwritten by another file. Not many understand that even after that it is possible to recover data by studying the magnetic fields on the disk platter surface. We come up with powerful file eraser software. Our product works by overwriting your data several times with carefully selected patterns and assures permanent deletion files and folders from your disk so that the files can never be recovered. We have 24 different methods to erase files or folders.Our developers also can work with customers individually to customize our product to suit any business needs. We value customer's time and designed user-friendly interface. The step-by-step screen-shots provided to learn how to perform operations. FastDataShredder Features: 1. Ensures total file elimination, unrecoverable by any conventional mean; 2. Cleans multiple files and directories completely; 3. Supports both FAT & NTFS file system; 4. Minimal impact on your system performance; 5. Supports Major government and military security standards, approved by many countries: US, Canada, Australia, UK, Germany, Russia; 6. Support all type of removable media including Pen drive, Memory card and other USB supported flash drives. The specific features: Recursive processing - Enable or disable to delete folders recursively. This option applies only to folders erase. No deletion after wiping - If set, files will NOT be removed from the storage, but file content will be destroyed. NAS mode - If set, FastDataShredder will pause for a defined amount of time between wiping passes. This option allows the complete removal file content if some application (or even a user) writes/changes the file content. Explorer integration - If set, "Secure Destroy with FastDataShredder" menu item will appear when you click with the right mouse button over the file or folder.
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