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Evidence eliminator, is there anything better?


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bigdog1100

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:help: Hello. So there is Evidence Eliminator that deletes practically enything, including all temp files, logs and other stuff. It even does magnetic underwriting, whatever that means.

Well, I am moving to another PC, and I will have to get something else, as I have lost reg. info and am not willing pay a lot of money, even while being a privacy freak, or geek, whichever is more appropriate. :)

So, is there a software available out there, that I can use to really really clean my PC, and that is as good or better than EE, and that doesn't cost an arm and a leg. :whistling:

Please let me know. :blink:
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warriorscot

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Tonnes, windows also has disk cleanup which does the job, i have tune up 2006 and its one of the many things it can do, privacy mantra i used to use it was allright, and CCleaner is pretty good as well.
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Find out who makes your hard drive and download their utility that writes all "0"s to the drive. A couple of businesses has me do this to the drives in computers they are getting rid of and they want me to do it three times on each drive. I have shown them that doing this once makes the drive have no recoverable data. Maxtor has maxblast, WD has the data lifeguard tools, and seagate has the seatools program.

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