When a file is deleted either by simple delete or by using Shift+Del keys, it is not completely wiped out from the computer. Windows Operating System just removes the deleted file entry from the directory. The sectors of the hard drive where the files reside are marked as available to embrace new data.
Until the files are overwritten by the operating system, they still exist on the hard drive and are recoverable with the help of good data recovery software.
Disk Doctors File Shredder helps you to shred files and folders from your Windows drive, it shreds the deleted data leaving no traces of sensitive critical data.
The software presents a hierarchical explorer view to select files and folders to shred. In order to shred the files, you simply need to add files and folders to "Shredding Zone" and select the required shredding patterns. Once this is done, the software would start erasing the data beyond recovery.
Disk Doctors File Shredder offers 9 Shredding standards and the shredding patters offered, exceeds the standards of DOD US