Never delete


Its very simple you have to go to right click on that folder which you want erase and click on erased now your folder or file has been deleted.

Windows XP or Windows 7 and file system NTFS ---> Is it possible - or maybe even very likely - that there's still unallocated data of a single file left on my PC after overwriting it at least three times? And if yes, is this unallocated data enough data for a professional person to recover more or less the entire file? Someone told me overwriting free space is the only 100% safe method to destroy unallocated data? Is this true? Thanks in advance for your answer(s).