I second that because it adds a right click context menu to do a secure deletion of a file. Eraser is my favorite.
You may want to read up a bit about how easy it is to recover a file that is only deleted with the normal Windows way. Too permanently and securely delete a file you need 3rd party software. PERIOD!There's this other thing called Windows. If you have that, you can just select the file, hold in shift then press delete on your keyboard.
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