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Ensure your privacy by permanently deleting files with O&O SafeErase (V2.0 available for free)

From a security standpoint, instead of just deleting a file, completely wipeout those from your PC ensures ultimate protection of your private sphere. Plenty of programs are available for permanently deleting files or directories (shredding), one simple and easy to use program is O&O SafeErase. You just needed to right click on a file, folder or hard disk partition in order to securely and permanently delete them.

There are many reasons for permanently deleting files. Old e-mail files, internet history, file cache, financial records, company information and private files ought to be protected from other's access are some of them.

Using this program is very very simple. Just install (Windows XP, 2000 and 2003) and run it. Select a deletion method (depending on the importance of files and time; you have five deletion processes to choose. The method with the highest level of security (Level 1, default) ensures complete privacy, but requires more time) and click ok to save. From now you only want to right click on a file to erase it.

If you likes, you can get free registration key for SafeErase V2.0 from O&O by following this www.oo-software.com/home/en/special/safeerase/ link. Just give your personal information and submit the form. You will receive an email including your free registration information and download link for the program.

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