Download Schredit 2.0b
For decades, computer users have dropped their unwanted files into the Recycling Bin on the Desktop and assumed that their files were permanently destroyed. Unfortunately, this is not necessarily true. While deleting a file normally erases the data, it can be retrieved with the right software until a new file is written in the same place on the hard drive. There are hundreds of programs designed to retrieve files that were accidentally or purposing deleted. Schredit is the program you need if you want to delete your secure files without leaving a chance for retrieval.
Schredit makes it easy to completely destroy your computer files without a lot of effort. Just install the program and drag your unwanted files to it. The program uses multiple passes to completely scramble and remove the data. Be sure that you do not need the file again because no retrieval or recovery software will get it back after the program finishes with it. This software is also compatible with all forms of Windows reaching back to Windows 95. If you have an older computer full of unneeded files, use Schredit to clean it completely before sending it for recycling.
Schredit comes with a free trial to help you explore how well it removes files. The trial is limited to 30 days and the program will fail to start after that point unless you purchase a full license for it. Try testing it yourself by installing a strong file retrieval program and pitting the two against each other. While other file shredders leave results that the retrieval programs can use, this program will not.
A virus or keylogger can steal your personal information very quickly and allow a hacker to forge your identity. This can ruin your credit and leave you with bills that someone else created. This software will help keep your identity safe when you use it to destroy files that contain sensitive information. If you have any bank records or tax forms saved on your computer, print out a secure hard copy and destroy the files completely with the help of Schredit.