Permanently delete emails, images, files, sites, etc. from your hard drive. Use SecureClean to remove traces of your personal information and prevent identity theft. Improve system performance and speed up your PC. Get a fresh start with SecureClean.
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Description: Permanently delete emails, images, files, sites, etc. from your hard drive. Permanently erase web surfing history and Internet tracks. Improve system performance and reclaim wasted disk space. Get a fresh start with SecureClean.
Each day brings more viruses, Trojan horses, and worms that can obtain your confidential information and wreak havoc on your PC. Use SecureClean to remove traces of your personal information and prevent identity theft.
Problem - Windows often stores unneeded traces of your personal information, including passwords, credit card numbers, and previously deleted data and e-mail, all without you even knowing it.
Solution - SecureClean isolates and cleans hard drives of this unneeded information, making it impossible for cyber-criminals to steal your data. Don't just rely on your firewall and anti-virus to protect you. Make SecureClean 4.0 your second line of defense. What isn't there can't be stolen!
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