I checked out Eraser and it worked well. However, not for me. Eraser creates some temporary files during processing while the file names changes constantly. I am using Backblaze as a remote backup. Backblaze automatically backs up all files on all PC drives, except files like .exe. The temporary files created by Eraser are automatically backed up while I don't nee that. If I want them excluded from backing up I have to create an 'exception' every time such file is created. Therefore I stopped using Eraser because it's too time consuming to make corrections to my backups. My question: why does Eraser cretae such files? Are they really nescessary during processing? Is it possible for Eraser developers to avoid this or create temporary files using a fixed file name? If it's a fixed file name I can create an exception for each drive which makes it easier for me.