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Program allows right click recycle bin to shred files?

by underground000 / November 11, 2009 8:00 AM PST

Anyone knows a shredder program that I can right click the recycle bin in Windows 7, and shred the files. I have used Tune Up Utilities 2009: Tune Up Shredder" in Vista and it allowed me to right click the recycle bin to shred the files. It wont let me right click and shred in Win7.

I have used other programs that you drag and drop the file into the shredder program, but its much easier to delete the items to recycle bin and right click the recycle bin.

Free programs will be good, but I can look into programs that you have to pay for

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by underground000 / November 20, 2009 7:54 AM PST

thanks for both links, they help

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