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Delete all tracking history from your PC with eSecure Delete

Every applications - web browser, office applications, etc are manages the list of its recently used or accessed items. For security reason (and also for speed up the PC), it is always better that you should remove all such traces from your computer.

Of course there are several software tools for this; eSecure Delete is such a tool that can clear all private information and cookies from your PC.

eSecure Delete is a freeware, zero configurable tool that can speeds up your PC, internet, Windows start time, displays computers information, clears all private information, and does it all in less than 50 seconds.

eSecure Delete works with Windows 7, Vista and XP and required .NET 3.0 installed on your PC. Download eSecure Delete [Home page]


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