You may shred deleted files to render their content completely unrecoverable. During this procedure, the content of these files will be zeroed out and any attempt to recover them will retrieve files that cannot be opened.
• Select the deleted files you want to shred, right-click them, then select Move to Shredder on the shortcut menu.
Use the mouse cursor and arrow/Shift/Control keys to select the files. Please note that the selected files rather than the marked files will be moved to Shredder.
You may use the link on the File viewer to move the file being viewed to Shredder.
• Switch to the Shredder tab, view the files on it, and click the Shred button.
You may move the files from the Shredder tab back to their original places. Right-click the files and select Remove from Shredder on the shortcut menu.
R‑Undelete shows shredded files with a special icon.
Please note that shredded files cannot be marked for recovery.
When the disk is reopened, the shredded files will be shown as normal ones, but their content will remain zeroed out.