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Your computer stores very many traces of your activity like links to visited web sites or recently opened documents. It also keeps contents, such as pictures, texts, flash movies, audio files from visited web pages. Any snooper who has access to this information can easily tell where and when you have been, or how long you have been on a certain web site. Deleting caches and histories will not help, as Windows stores such information in many, and not easily accessible, places. R-Wipe & Clean unrecoverably deletes such information and files.
All traces are divided into the following parts:
SIMPLE DISK CLEANUP
If you want to just free up disk space then it's enough to check this item.
R-Wipe & Clean will remove all traces stored as various files (cache files, logs, temporary files , memory dumps, etc).
However, all traces stored in the Registry or in configuration files of various format will be left intact!
Less Important Internet Activity Traces
Select these traces if you worked online with some web browser or Skype.
Your personalized settings for webpages ( cookies , saved passwords, etc) will be left intact!
You can remove such traces by selecting root item of the corresponding web browser or Skype on the Navigation tree.
In addition to web browsers and Skype, there are various applications that use Internet and keep web traces but such traces aren't to be removed here.
Less Important User's Activity Traces
By selecting these traces, you can remove commonly created traces for the current user even if you do nothing on this PC.
This will also remove the traces created by system components used in the applications.
For example, traces left after using Open and/or Save dialogs in some applications.
Less Important System's Activity Traces
Here you can remove the traces created by the system even if you do nothing on this PC.
Administrative rights are required for removing these traces!
Here you can remove traces created after errors in applications or system (error reports, dump files, etc).
Many applications can create such traces without notifying you.
Removing these traces will free some space on the drive but can make it difficult to troubleshoot error issues.
Setup and Update Traces
Here you can remove traces created after installation your system, as well as after each of its updates.
Removing these traces can free large amount of disk space but can make it difficult to troubleshoot installation issues.
It's recommended to remove such traces after a Windows Update installation.
System Traces of Applications
Here you can remove the traces that can be left in the system after removing various applications.
It's recommended to remove such traces after removing large applications that were installed via installer.