WinShredder 2.0 permanently and easily deletes all of the following file types, and more never to be restored again!
WinShredder 2.0 deletes index.dat!
Index.dat is a file used by the Internet Explorer web browser. The index.dat file functions as an active database, which runs as long as Windows is active. It functions as a repository of redundant information, such as web URLs, search queries, and recently opened files. Its role is similar to that of an index file in the field of databases, where a technique called "indexing" stores the contents of a database in a different order to help speed up query responses. Similarly, when the Autocomplete function is enabled in Internet Explorer, every web address visited is sorted in the index.dat file, allowing the Internet Explorer to attempt to find an appropriate match when a user types in an edit field. Separate index.dat files exist for the Internet Explorer history, cache, and cookies.
Why do you need WinShredder?
Because your Windows Recycle bin only deletes the file that you see ... not the actual data on your harddrive. However, until the file location on your hard disk is overwritten many times, the files can be completely recovered using many available computer programs, or even simple computer commands. Deleted files are the first thing hackers, privacy thiefs, and other computer experts look for when they are trying to recover sensitive information from your computer or discarded disks. Employers routinely search for 'deleted' files to discover information about employees.
The WinShredder Shred Method
WinShredder shreds files using the most advanced, ‘military-grade' data deletion methods available. Indeed, the shred method used by WinShredder (5022.22M ) have been approved for use by both the U.S. Department of Defense (D.o.D.) and the U.S. National Security Agency (N.S.A.). WinShredder performs ALL tasks required by the above agencies when shredding and our proprietary shred-engine is fast, fast, FAST!