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Securely Erase Any Optical Disc with Active@ DVD Eraser

Added: (Fri Aug 04 2017)

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LSoft Technologies Inc. has just launched the second version of Active@ DVD Eraser, a simple-to-use program that allows you to securely erase data stored on optical discs. Extending upon the limited functionality natively supported by Windows, the program allows you to securely erase data from optical discs so that it can never be recovered. You can choose from two modes when erasing your discs. The Quick Erase mode simple changes the disc structure so that all space on it is marked as free for a future burning process. Those concerned about data privacy, however, can use the Full Erase mode, which will completely overwrite the surface of the disc so that any data previously stored on it will be gone for good. Both modes support automatic erasing, making the program ideal for those who need to wipe large archives of discs.


Active@ DVD Eraser provides full support for the Windows command line or Run command, adding a simplified alternative for more advanced users who want to save time by running predefined commands. However, novice users will find the graphical user interface extremely easy to use, since wiping a disc only involves two simple steps. You can also choose your preferred write (erase) speed. Lower speeds tend to be more reliable, but it depends on the media you're using and the drive itself.


Whether you just need a simple solution for wiping an old archive of rewritable CDs, DVDs or Blu-ray discs or you need something that can handle hundreds of discs in short order, Active@ DVD Eraser provides the tools you need. The program is also completely free. Find out more by visiting http://www.ntfs.com/dvd_eraser.htm.

Submitted by:LSoft Technologies
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