Yes, that was it.
Very strange, that a security-oriented program should leave such a huge wad of info like the Task List lying around: mine was months and months old.
Uninstalling and reinstalling Eraser brought back the original task list - DUH? How secure is that?
Just updated from an earlier build to 6.0.8 and as soon as I try to run it or boot my pc I get the "Eraser has encountered an error". I downloaded the file twice from SourceForge - same results both times.
I no longer have a backup of the previous version: where can I find a recent build?
Tried to erase the Task List and it came back again, exactly the same as before.
Uninstalled Eraser 6 and the List was still there (in AppData) after a reboot.
Why erase it? Why not? Thats what Eraser´s for, no?
In my case Its full of titles of stuff I have erased, like "My Wife with...
After running an old (5 something) version for years I finally updated to 6.07. Now when bootig the pc I get what looks like a DOS command box which reads:
Unknown action - hide
Please enter to continue
Is it possible to stop Eraser from running at startup?