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  1. I was just wondering as I feel there will come a day when I need a file wiped. (E.g. My resume/CV and/or form containing my bank details) I hope CC can provide the sufficient wiping capability as I need to feel secure those files will be gone and non-recoverable.
  2. Hi, Thank you for your quick response. I was just a little confused by the message left on the product page. Apart from the limitations as detailed, will it completely erase the files during the drive wipe? The message is as follows: Wipe Free Disk Space limitations CCleaner can't wipe every deleted file from your free disk space. There are some limitations, because of the way Windows stores some files. Here are some examples: The file has been overwritten by another file (so no need to overwrite this again) The file had been overwritten by another file before you ran CCleaner, but the second file has now been deleted as well. The file was created almost exactly when you ran CCleaner.
  3. Hi, Does wiping free space totally delete everything or does it leave some files alone? I remember reading on the page that the process doesn't affect certain files due to how Windows stores the file data. Could someone give me some insight? Cheers
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