BitRaser File Eraser is a DIY tool for permanent erasure of sensitive files, web browsing history, app & system traces, and deleted files from PC & external storage media. The tool secures your personal data from falling into the wrong hands.
Version: 5.0Use BitRaser File Eraser to wipe sensitive files & folders stored on the desktop, laptop, 2-in-1s, and other leading Windows devices.
License: Free To Try $29.99
Operating System: Windows
The tool can also erase files from an external hard drive, USB pen drive, SD card, and server storage. It supports brands like Aces, ASUS, Dell, Lenovo, Sony, Samsung, and more.
Erases all personal files such as photos, videos, tax records, social security number, credit card statements, personal health records, official documents, and more. Safeguard the sensitive information when sharing your PC, handing it over for an upgrade or repair, exchanging it, or selling it off.
Erase web search and browsing history along with all the traces of Internet activities - cookies, temporary files, favorites, and autocomplete data for forms and passwords. The file erasure tool can wipe your Internet usage history across all leading browsers viz. Chrome, Mozilla, Safari, IE, Microsoft Edge, Opera, & SeaMonkey.
The tool removes app traces such as activity logs, preferences, and personal information generated with the use of News apps, Instant Messengers, Email apps, Peer-to-Peer apps, etc. It also removes temporary files accumulating on your computer with routine usage to free up storage space and improve system performance.
The software can erase the deleted files and folders from drives & partitions, thus ensuring their permanent removal. It safeguards your sensitive information from recovery & misuse using tools that can retrieve the files you had emptied from Recycle Bin or permanently deleted using SHIFT + DEL keys.
The file wiping tool allows you to search for specific files stored on your computer hard drive, folders, and subfolders. Additionally, the file erasure software can also find a specific file by using its extension, which can be immensely helpful when you don't know or remember the file name.