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Name: Webroot eraser
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A few years ago I had a disk eraser utility on a " disk that I could use to completely erase a hard drive. I want to completely erase the "C". After a recent Win 10 update the option to permantly erase a file or folder has dissapeared from my right click of the mouse. Do I uninstall. Would the "Webroot permantly erase" option take care of this? Everything of course, wants my permission but before I give it I want to be as.
When I right click on a file I see the Webroot Secure Erase option. I see I can setup Webroot to run multiple overwrite passes to more thoroughly. Eraser, Webroot SecureAnywhere, and Windows Nasty, unintended interactions between software packages are the worst thing about. I have WSEraser-Webroot security drive erase program in a green bar at the top of a black screen that has A:\> written on it. This happened.
On a per-device basis, Webroot SecureAnywhere Internet Security or folder you'll find a new menu option, Permanently Erase With Webroot. Webroot SecureAnywhere Internet Security Complete () is a tiny or folder you'll see a menu item titled "Permanently erase with Webroot. But is it possible to fix webroot so at least the "Scan with webroot" & "permanently erase with webroot" can be restart when it does crash?.