The problem with Windows is that it never properly deletes files when you think they've been deleted - it often leaves behind traces that can be recovered by anyone in the know.
The problem is that the allocation area or the index of the file system (FAT or NTFS) marks the area used by the deleted file as empty but the actual raw contents of the files are always present even if the file has been deleted. Disk Doctors File Shredder ensures that anything that you've deleted definitely remains deleted no matter what Windows may have done with the files.
Disk Doctors File Shredder helps you to shred files and folders from your Windows drive, shredding the deleted data and leaving no traces of sensitive critical data. Disk Doctors File Shredder is very easy to run and use via a hierarchical explorer which displays which files and folders are available to shred. Those that you want to shred, simply add them to the Disk Doctors File Shredder “shredding zone” and you have 9 options over exactly how shredded you want the files to be processed by Disk Doctors File Shredder differing in thoroughness and time it takes. The developers claim that the shredding standards of Disk Doctors File Shredder reach those of the US Department of Defence although this is obviously impossible to verify.
Disk Doctors File Shredder is a very secure way to make sure that anything you delete is definitely deleted and remains so.