Eraser is a beautiful piece of open-source software, which helps you improve your digital hygine by going over all of the files you’ve deleted and scrambling them on disk, so they could never be restored. Eraser is oriented to run in “batch mode” – meaning, it’s very good at running as a scheduled task, in which it can delete the contents specific folder or go over your entire disk and scrub the unused space of all the remains of the files you deleted. It can even empty your recycle bin for you, and then securely wipe it. But what if you just want to securely delete one specific file?

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How to securely delete files in Windows with Eraser (Win7 x64 included)