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Prevent any recovery of deleted files from USB devices and hard disk with Prevent Restore

Just by deleting the files and folders from a computer or USB devices are not gone forever. Anyone can use special recovery software to restore them. Because, deleted files still exists on the disk until overwritten with some other content, for example with some other file. For security related reasons, you may want to completely wipe-out all deleted files from USB or hard disk; Prevent Restore is one such tool for you.

Prevent Restore is an easy to use program for Windows XP and Vista that removes already deleted files and folders from your PC or removable devices.

It uses several security algorithms such as DoD 5220.22, Gutmann (most of them are available with paid version, free version only allows spaces to overwrite the deleted files) to make anti-recovery process the most effective.

Its easy interface allows all in a few steps. After installing the program, select a disk on which you want to run anti-recovery operation and click next.


Select a tool to overwrite deleted files (free version allows spaces only) and select ‘empty recycle bin’ option. Now click next and proceed for overwriting the deleted files.

This tool can run on any hard disks and almost any removable storage (like USB disks) where you have deleted some sensitive data so nobody will be able to restore it. Download Prevent Restore

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