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  1. Actually that is a bit lame, I have just devised an even better method. Copy the following into notepad and save it as a .reg file. (wrap in quotations to stop it being a text file.... "myfile.reg") Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\*\shell\Shred]@="Shred with CCleaner"[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\*\shell\Shred\command]@="c:\\program files\\ccleaner\\ccleaner.exe /delete \"%1%" Execute the file and it will add a registry entry that will create a "Shred with Ccleaner" option! If you wish to do that manually, then run regedit and add the values seen above, where the @ symbol represents the default string in the key.
  2. If you want a simple method you could do the following: Open notepad and type c:\progra~1\ccleaner\ccleaner.exe /delete "%1" Now save that as a batch file (eg shred.bat) in your sendto folder. The Send to folder being in documents and settings for XP and for vista goto start, run, shell:sendto Now you can right click and send to this batch file which will shred it via ccleaner. If you want to make a temp folder to fill with stuff to delete, you could use a batch file in the same way but add a move command: move /y %1 c:\shredFolder\ Note: Make sure the shred folder is already created, otherwise it will rename files shredFolder!
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