Sanitize, protect and secure any magnetic drive, USB drive, camera card and more... Don't let your important data fall into the wrong hands. Only Drive Magic ensures that deleted files can never be recovered - nothing will come back to haunt you!
Dec 26, 2011 12:07:41
Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
Wipe It 3.02 Sanitize the free space on any magnetic drive, zip drives, pen drives and more... Don't let your important data fall into the wrong hands. Sanitizing a drive ensures that deleted files can never be recovered - nothing will come back to haunt you.
Stamp It 5.02 Change the date and time of multiple files on your computer. Time can now be on your side with this handy program that provides you with a practical means of setting the last date and time modified of any file on your system.
Description: Sanitize, protect and secure any magnetic drive, USB drive and more. The process of sanitizing a drive means overwriting each unused track several times to erase the data that was previously there. This applies to the free drive space only - Drive Magic will never harm your existing files like so many others. Drive Magic also now contains 4 Patent-Pending sanitation methods which also include our exclusive drive reconditioning process - only Drive Magic offers you a truly safe and secure way to sanitize a drive that is in use. Our state of the art sanitation process will also cap off remaining sectors and recondition the unused free drive space - this helps extend the life of the device. Why would you simply mangle the drive and leave it for dead when Drive Magic can help you save a lot of money. Our Patent-Pending sanitation methods will clean, protect and extend the life of any drive far beyond it's normal factory specifications. Sanitizing a drive using Drive Magic ensures that deleted files can never be recovered, ghost copies will be destroyed and when it's time to replace the drive - nothing will come back to haunt you. Download your copy of Raxso Drive Magic now and start using it today!
What's in Your USB Port? The physical format of the thumb drive--USB connector at one end, plastic case at the other--has suddenly become what Winnie the Pooh called "a Useful Pot to Put Things In." The original thing was memory, in quantities far greater than floppy disks can ha