Permanently delete files and folders on your computer, not allowing them to be recovered by others, all thanks to this handy application
|Updated||April 10 2020|
-XL- Development N/A N/A
|Crack Size||9.8 MB|
|Systems||Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
XL Delete is a powerful program that can permanently delete files and folders from your computer. This type of tool is necessary when you want to prevent other users from recovering private information through specialized applications.
The interface of the software tool is clean and intuitive. Importing items into the file/folder list can be done with the help of either the file browser, tree view or 'drag and drop' method. Shredding multiple entries at the same time is possible.
The queue displays the source path, size and type of each item. So, all you have to do is select the wiping type (e.g. DoD-3, Gutmann, Schneier, Random, Quick, Gutmann Subset) and proceed with the shredding procedure.
In addition, you can view file information, remove an item from the list or clear the entire queue, check out logging details, and open the selected items.
First-time users may work with the simple-to-follow wizard to get the job done. Other features of XL Delete Crack let you wipe or lock free space, purge the file table, scan a selected path and schedule tasks. Last but not least, you can clean the system when it comes to the web browsers - Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Safari (cookies, history, temp and index files), as well as user temp files, Windows temp files and the Clipboard.
The straightforward application quickly finishes a shredding job while using a barely noticeable amount of CPU and system memory. It is very responsive to commands and includes user documentation. To conclude, XL Delete provides some excellent tools for permanently deleting data from your computer.
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