east-tec Eraser 2014 is a privacy protection software that helps you protect your personal data, your offline and online privacy by helping you erase all files that store evidence of your computer and Internet activities. It will help you keep your PC clean by deleting impressive amounts of unnecessary data that is stored on your computer with or without your approval, contributing in this way to improving your computer’s performance and security. By using east-tec Eraser as a privacy protection software in your day to day activity, your data will be safe and your offline and online privacy fully protected.
Reviewing 10.1.9 (Feb 27, 2013)
Contrary to the opinion of Music4Ever, the coincidence is that I am their customer from 2009 and I saw all the improvements they did to this product, the interface being intuitive even for a beginner. More, they are very prompt each time I require any application which is not supported. Regarding the upgrade price, they have a great discount for customers who want to upgrade. Last time I contacted the support for my key, they told me they prepare a completely rebranded Eraser, I hope that it will be at least as it's now.
Reviewing 10.1.9 (Feb 26, 2013)
This offers nothing that CCleaner with winapp2 don't unless your really addicted to ladies sites & need to frantically hide it, there are free erasers out there also. There is so much blurb above no room for the reviews!
Reminds me of the scam 'Evidence Eliminator' from days gone by as 'Evidence' is mentioned four times in the blurb. Also very expensive @ $40 for 1 PC a year.
@imre31 - I'm sure it's no coincidence that this is your one & only review - Add to that fact your 'review' sounds very much like an advert for the program - This then leads me to the inevitable conclusion that your are part of the company (person) that produces this software. A company that IMHO also uses borderline scare tactics to get gullible people to buy it at an inflated price ~ (BTW the $39 initial cost is a special reduction from $49)
Reviewing 220.127.116.11 (Apr 20, 2011)
Although a good app, it's annoying that they don't keep fully up-to-date and support thew latest browsers. With the dev cycle speeding up these days, this is a must. They refuse to support any browser other than released! Strange when things like firefox nightly etc don't use different paths..
Reviewing 18.104.22.168 (Sep 11, 2010)
According to the change log it supports Firefox 4 Beta - I am running 4 beta 5 and it does not recognise it as installed! - other than that still a good app for what it does. - 1 star for no Firefox 4 beta support!
Change Log: New and updated sensitive areas in Privacy Guard: Mozilla Firefox 4 Beta, Mozilla Firefox 3, Internet Explorer, Google Toolbar, DivX Plus Player, Windows Live Mail, Skype 5 Beta, MSN Messenger, avast! Home Edition and more.
Reviewing 22.214.171.124 (Aug 12, 2008)
Finally the got the update for Firefox 3. Better later than never!
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