Eraser v5.3



Release Date: January 7, 2002.
Deleting a file once and forever is supposed to be an easy task, but with so many recovery tools on the market, one can never be sure data was safely removed, without any chance of getting it back. Eraser promises to really help you in this regard, as its sole goal is to permanently delete files and folders.


The program is so efficient mostly thanks to the fact that it not only removes the data, but it also overwrites it multiple times with some predefined patterns.

The interface is pretty straightforward, so in order to permanently clear data you have to set up new schedules. There are a few options available though, so you have to decide whether to run the task manually, immediately, on restart or recurring.

But the most important thing is the erasure method. There are 13 tools available, each with its very own way to deal with data removal, so pick the one you think will do a better job and you're ready to go.

Of course, Gutmann or US Army AR380-19 might not tell you much, but you can always have a look in the detailed help menu to get more information on such topics.


Eraser needs some time to delete the files, that's for sure, but that's not a drawback at all, it's just that the app needs to make sure your data won't be recovered at all.

In conclusion, Eraser is indeed one of the best secure cleaning tools on the market. Very easy to use and packing enough features to attract many, this tool may very well become a must have for most users. It takes its time to complete given tasks, but this is only to make sure files are gone once and for all.



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