I wish you'll implement that sooner, i definitely abandoned cc cleaner, cause some flamers found that insecure
to schedule free space & i tried to persuade the devs that it's an option, not an imperative, nobody's obliged
to schedule free space & we're not children, so nobody's forced to program...
This conversation is aimless.
& by "portable", I meant "windows gui" .. .
But this conversation is aimless because you're both obsessed with the idea of restricting file erasure processes
in your updates & forcing eraser to always run in a WINDOWS PROTECTED mode .. .
Like i told you, i'll try...
ok .. . you're telling me that now, eraser runs in portable mode only since you have made it portable,
and that the dos initial releases which could delete protected files has been abandoned .. .
in that case, i Must abandon new versions of eraser & find back the dos version to run it
Do you know how i can map the esc key only during the booting process in win7 ?
if i can do that, it's wonderful, what you could do then, while eraser works
under windows before my desktop appears (eraser isn't supposed to work
if set to be run on startup, When the desktop appears, otherwise...
I have a suggestion to the dev .. .
This function would be wonderful:
When i start windows, before reaching my desktop & before the erasure process,
i want to be able to Escape the process using a key combination, ex: "ctrl+..."
whatever combination i want, while disallowing &...
-so if i'm right & if all data is filled with zeros, why would people use 3 or 7 passes ?
-and if i choose the british 1 pass method, what's the percentage of data that could "approximately" remain ?
-finally, do all methods as the british one pass include filenames erasure ?
if i had to pick a 3 pass method over all 3 pass methods eraser offers in the latest version,
which one of all will give me best results ?.. .
& another question: the british one pass: zero filling isn't supposed to get rid
of the entire file's data by replacing it one time by zeros ?