I know that the technology used in HDD and SSD are different and it is difficult to permanently delete files on SSD.
So curious, if I use Eraser to wipe files from an SSD drive, is the deletion 100% or remnants of the deleted file can be recovered by any software.
The OS is windows 7 and Win 10.
I have a Crucial MX-100 240GB SSD. It was originally installed in a failed Dell desktop. I had cloned my Windows installation to it, set it as boot drive, and rebooted. Once Windows was booting from is, I used Windows Disk Management to carve out a raw partition on the drive, then installed...