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I am using the latest version of Wise Care 365 (Version 2.88.232).

I am using the Disk Cleaner utility.

The utility indicates that on my C: drive there are "Found many recoverable files"

I start the utility to erase the traces of the "Found many recoverable files".

There is a success message.

I do not delete any more files for while.

I re-open the Disk Cleaner utility and it reports "Found many recoverable files".

How can this be if I just deleted them all with the utility and have not yet left any more to be discovered at the time?

Perplexing if this utility is actually working properly or not.

I am using a Samsung 830 128 GB SATA III SSD as my C: drive.

Any suggestions or answers?

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I think it is recommended one pass for avoid stress on your hard disk drive; but if you are determined to delete them, it is more secure (effective, efficient) to do more passes.

Anyway, tomorrow, probably, some developers will read your topic and maybe they will answer our doubts...

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I am using the latest version of Wise Care 365 (Version 2.88.232).

 

I am using the Disk Cleaner utility.

 

The utility indicates that on my C: drive there are "Found many recoverable files"

 

I start the utility to erase the traces of the "Found many recoverable files".

 

There is a success message.

 

I do not delete any more files for while.

 

I re-open the Disk Cleaner utility and it reports "Found many recoverable files".

 

How can this be if I just deleted them all with the utility and have not yet left any more to be discovered at the time?

 

Perplexing if this utility is actually working properly or not.

 

I am using a Samsung 830 128 GB SATA III SSD as my C: drive.

 

Any suggestions or answers?

Hi lawrence

Sorry to reply you late.

We are testing it currently. If there is any news, I'll let you know.

Thank you very much!

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