LEFT OVER FILES FROM ERASING UNUSED SPACE?

TechExec

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A couple of weeks ago I used Eraser to wipe unused space on a Windows 10 machine. Recently I noticed a folder in the C directory pf my Windows 10 machine that I had not seen before. The folder name is "u,Rx5g[_8gN!1Hh12W" (without the quotes). There are 294 files inside the folder, ALL of them with the exact size of 221,184KB. The entire folder's size is 61.8 GB. I've attached an image of a partial directory of that folder. The files have NO file type associated with them (and yes, I activated the file explorer viewing of file extensions).
In doing some research in some Microsoft forums I was told that those are leftover files from Eraser.
Is that true? Thanks!
 

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