Mr. Edward James Evans: Your Program Does What It Says It Does For An Exceptional Price

Mr. Edward James Evans: Your Program Does What It Says It Does For An Exceptional Price

Mr. Edward James Evans is 80 years old, married for 60 years. He has been in the army for a long time, then a decorator for a number of years. He has been a satisfied customer of east-tec Eraser since 2003. The message Mr. Edward James Evans wants to send to other east-tec Eraser users is: “It’s an excellent system, the price is exceptionally good for what it does. You can pay twice the price for other programs that don’t do what they say they do.”

Please tell us a little about yourself.

My full name is Edward James Evans. I have recommended the product to friends, it’s an exceptional product, so easy and so simple to use for anyone who’s not a computer expert.

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Go Green And Donate Your Old Computer, But Not Your Data

Go Green And Donate Your Old Computer

When the time comes to upgrade your old PC, do not trash it. If it is still in good shape, you can donate it straight away to non-profits, educational institutions, or may even drop it at your local library. If it needs some repair, you can get it refurbished, and then pass it on.

The point is, by not sending your PC to the landfills, you do a lot to save the environment. If we all went that extra mile, e-waste would much less be a subject of concern.

Donate your computer, but not your data

Before donating your PC, do make sure you do not leave unerased data on it! Wipe your entire hard drive, using a security solution such as east-tec DisposeSecure. Even the most advanced forensic experts will not be able to recover your data wiped with our software product.

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Brian T Gibbons: A Great Tool, Easy To Use, A Smart Investment

Brian T Gibbons: A Great Tool, Easy To Use, A Smart Investment

Brian T Gibbons has 30 years experience in broadcast and broadband industry as a manager and CEO of non-commercial educational broadcast outlets and industry associations. He has been a satisfied customer of east-tec Eraser since 2006. The message Brian wants to send to other east-tec Eraser users is: “Glad to know others are out there using this fine product”

Please tell us a little about yourself.

Brian T Gibbons, Greenbelt, United States

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How To Securely Erase Files In Windows?

Completely And Securely Erase Files In Windows: Contents, Name And Properties

There is a tricky button on your computer’s keyboard that does something completely different from what you would expect.

When you press “Delete” to get rid of some data, Windows simply marks the disk areas of the file contents as being available for other files, but does not actually delete the file content, or sensitive details about the file. To save time and resources, it only moves them to the free space of your hard drive from where they can be recovered by unauthorized parties using special software tools.

This, obviously, is not a good news if you need to make sure that some confidential data and its traces can’t be restored after deletion. If you need to get rid of financial reports, invoices, passwords, emails and so forth, don’t rely on Windows. To protect your privacy, east-tec Eraser securely wipes the file contents (stored in disk areas used for data storage) as well as the file name and properties/attributes (stored in a special area, called MFT – Master File Table).

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Tonn Poorter: You Won’t Have A Slow Machine Ever Again

Tonn Poorter: You Won't Have A Slow Machine Ever Again

Tonn Poorter is an old customer of east-tec Eraser from Mid Wales, UK. He has been using our product for many years. He knows our product very well and he sends regular updates on his discoveries and tests, that help us improve our software. He also sent us a few lines containing his thoughts and opinions about east-tec Eraser:

“I’ve been using the east-tec Eraser since 1997. In the first instances from that time was I using the software for removing tracks of things I didn’t want to leave behind for prying eyes, wasn’t looking at anything lurid, just didn’t want other people knowing my ideas. But then I discovered many things viewed in the ‘net were being stored in caches where a fourth party could easily peruse your preferences then perhaps build an ill-informed then inaccurate profile around that person.

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