Is file destroyer more extension better

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We have a desktop computer in our office that is used by almost all of the staff. All of us encode our reports on the said computer. In order to protect our files from unauthorized access, we use privacy protection software. The file folders themselves can not be opened, but our another concern is what will happen to our deleted files. We want to make sure that they would not be retrieved anymore. I heard of file destroyer more extension which can be used to protect deleted files. Is file destroyer more extension better than the ordinary file destroyer? What are the key features?

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Is file destroyer more extension better

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Hello there Jackie, basically file destroyers or file shredders have the same purpose which is to eliminate the deleted files or empty out the recycle bin. In your question about file destroyer more extension, I could not come across with that kind of program. However, I can simply say they are doing the same thing which you can manually do by emptying out your recycle/trash bin. You might also consider CCleaner, it might help you not only deleting the deleted files but also clearing your cache and cookies.

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