Data wiper software permanently deletes internet history, cookies, unused disk space, office documents, confidential records, visited websites etc from hard disk drive. Software makes total unrecoverable of your deleted files and folders.
Version: 184.108.40.206Secure data wiper software is an advanced data removal utility that is used to wipe entire or selected data from hard disk drive and USB removable storage media.
License: Free To Try $45.00
Operating System: Windows
Data removal program permanently deletes your offline or online internet activity records such as internet history folders, cookies, URL list, temporary files, saved id passwords and browser history from your hard disk drive. Data eraser program cleans up recently used files history of Microsoft PowerPoint, Word, Excel, Access, WordPad, Paint etc.
Data removal application permanently wipes data from desktop and laptop computer using both destructive and non-destructive mode. Secure data wiper software wipes deleted files, internet files, system files and folders that improve the overall speed and performance of the computer.
Software completely wipes saved or unsaved disk data by selecting entire disk or disk sector range options to wipe the data. Software easily support windows Vista, XP, NT, 2003 server, ME, 2000, 98.
Software provides user friendly GUI interface so it is easy to use and does not require any technical knowledge to operate the software. Data wiper tool makes total unrecoverable of your deleted files and folders so all deleted data will never be recovered back by any data recovery software.
- Software wipes deleted files and folders completely and permanently.
- Data wiper tool support both destructive and non-destructive disk wiping mode.
- Software erases unused disk space and deleted multiple files and directories from hard disk drive.
- Data wiper tool support both FAT & NTFS file system.
- Software provide GUI interface so it is easy to use and operate.
Version 220.127.116.11: Added support for wiping internet activity traces