I have the same problem, this is a flaw in Eraser. When you select all and right click within the selected files one of the options should be to delete those files to the recycle Bin. Then you erase it there, right click on the recycle Bin and select "Erase recycle bin".bobsing said:But when I Select All and then righ-click within the selected files, I do NOT get an option to Erase. It is only when I only click on the "Temporary Internet Files" folder that I get the option to Erase.
No,they are subfolders and sub sub folders and some files that should not be erased in that they are system files.But then, what it asks if I want to Erase is 2448 files and 22 folders. Are these files and folders some which have been deleted before but which I cannot see?
Do you have "Folder options"(its in the Control panel" configured to show hidden files and folders and extentions for known file types and Operating system files. It helps to know what file your dealing with, but it is dangerious in that you could bork your computer but good. I would like to know what file I am deleting, just in case it is a file that you down loaded and windows put it there for some reason. It could be a Trojan but you dont want to keep that. After you find out for sure, then you can delete it knowing that you don't need it.There are 3 small compressed files that look a bit like folders.