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    Revo Uninstaller's Evidence Removal and Unrecoverable Delete

    Hi,

    I have two questions:

    1) Am I correct that Revo Uninstaller's Evidence Removal and Unrecoverable Delete only clean the free space of the chosen drives?

    2) What is the difference between Evidence Removal and Unrecoverable Delete?

    Thank you.

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    According to the Revo Uninstaller User's Guide:

    1) Am I correct that Revo Uninstaller's Evidence Removal and Unrecoverable Delete only clean the free space of the chosen drives? No.

    2) What is the difference between Evidence Removal and Unrecoverable Delete?
    Evidence Removal clears previously deleted data while Unrecoverable Delete allows you to delete existing Files and Folders and make them unrecoverable in a single step.
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    Thank you RetiredGeek.

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