Simple Cleaner, also a Windows security program. If you are worried about coworkers going to recover files, remember - simple deletion is not secure enough because anybody can recover your sensitive files.
Simple Cleaner will let you to erase files with simplicity and ease. You can choose a fast single pass, or the most secure NSA erasure algorithm.
File Wiper feature is a disk and file wipe utility that allows you to wipe sensitive files in handy manner.
Simple Cleaner also empties Windows Temporary folders, clears clipboard, Recycle Bin content and Recent documents history, and allows disable the Recently Used Documents from access without deleting the list of Recently Used Documents.
Here are some key features of "SimpleCleaner":
￭ Clear Browser History
All information about web sites you visit is stored in the Browser History Files and anyone who has access to your computer can see what web sites you visited. Simple Cleaner allows you to clear Internet History in Internet Explorer "Clear browser history" feature also includes clearing address bar history (URL AutoComplete) and clearing AutoComplete forms "Clear browser history" option for Internet Explorer includes deleting index.dat file.
￭ Delete Cache (Temporary Internet Files)
Browsers cache most of the pages you visit including pictures, animation, movies, etc. This speeds up the displaying of pages you frequently visit as a web browser can open them from your hard disk instead of downloading them from the web. By simply opening the cache file/folder (Temporary Internet Files), anyone can see what videos you've watched, what pictures you've seen, where you've been online and more. Using "Delete Temporary Internet files" option you can completely Clear Cache (delete Temporary Internet files). "Delete cache" option for Internet Explorer is combined with deleting index.dat file content.
￭ Delete Cookies
Web sites can store short pieces of information on your computer called "cookies". Cookies are created in order to recognize users when they return to a website to offer customized content to the certain user. Cookies can also store such informattion as your name and password on protected login pages, preferences, account information and choices you have made on the site. So, even if you remove browser history, cookies like a map will show your surfing preferences, habits, passwords, etc. Using Clear All History you can delete cookies in Internet Explorer. In Internet Explorer ClearAllHistory also clears cookies index.dat file.
￭ Delete stored Passwords
Web browsers store passwords that you typed in web sites forms. While the AutoComplete feature may be helpful, it can also seriously compromise your security and privacy, because anyone who has access to your computer can use stored passwords to get access to the corresponding web sites or use special software to retrieve web site passwords stored as autocomplete data. Using "Delete stored passwords" feature you can completely remove stored passwords in Internet Explorer.
￭ Delete cache, history, cookies index.dat files content in Internet Explorer
There are three index.dat files used by Internet Explorer. They are system files and can't be deleted manually as they are used by Windows all the time. Index.dat files store information which can show where you have been online. ClearAllHistory lets you easily delete the content of these files.
￭ Empty Windows Temporary Folders (Temporary files directory)
The Windows temporary directory (Temp folders) stores Windows and other programs temporary files. This directory can become cluttered and contain files from programs you no longer have installed or files which may violate your privacy. Simple Cleaner empties current user Temporary directory and Windows Temporary folder.
￭ Clear Clipboard
We often use copy/paste commands while working with logins, passwords, credit card numbers and other secure information. But Clipboard information can be easily seen by anyone who can access your computer or by the web sites you visit. Using Simple Cleaner you can protect your privacy by clearing your Clipboard.
￭ Clear Recently opened documents list
Windows stores a list of documents and files you have recently opened and worked with. Anyone who has access to your computer can see this list and directly link to any of the items that you've opened. "Clear Recent Documents" feature allows you to clean up the "recently opened documents" list located in the Start menu.
￭ Empty Recycle Bin
If you delete a file it often means that this file will be moved into the Recycle Bin (not deleted from your computer at all) and can be simply restored from the Recycle Bin. Using "Clear Recycle Bin" feature you can completely delete files from your computer by removing them from the Recycle Bin.