Data Drive Thru's PC Eraser™
What Is It?
How Does It Work?

The Data Drive Thru PC Eraser™ is a software product that removes files from a hard drive making it virtually impossible to recover them. Something that is lacking in the Windows® delete command.

After deleting files it is a simple matter to retrieve them using any number of recovery utilities found on the web. This means that a file that is only deleted is easy prey for identity thieves. Credit cards, banking info, loan information, Social Security nos. all are at risk. But if PC Eraser™ is used instead of delete, file recovery becomes an extremely difficult and costly process.

  • Select files to be erased.
  • Click Destroy Now.
  • Files are removed using US Gov't Department of Defense standards.
  • PC Eraser's Scrub Free Space function removes traces of files that can be found in unallocated sections of the hard drive.
  • Allows you to donate, sell or properly dispose of your old computer.
Minimum Requirements
  • Windows 98SE, ME, 2000, XP
  • Processor: 90 Mhz or above
  • Memory:
    • 64 MB or higher for Windows 98/ME.
    • 128 MB or higher for Windows 2000/XP
  • FAT, FAT32 or NTFS formatted hard drive.
  • Requires 16 MB available hard drive space or better.
  • Guttman 35 pass solution set.
  • US DoD 5220(22M) E,C and E solutions, 7 pass.
  • US DoD 5220(22M) E solution, 3 pass
  • Simplified Random Data solution 1 pass.
  • Removes files from your hard drive
  • Removes data from hard drive free space.
  • Customizable protection list |
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