On Windows 8...
If a program cannot be shredded due to error messages or processing overload, then would deleting said files, emptying the recylcing bin, and then shredding free disc space shred their contents? Since technically, without registry adresses, they should be seen by something like File Shredder as free disc space.
Don't ask for specifics because I've done this for a number of files, and a number of circumstances for which I could not shred them. Sometimes I got program in operation messages, even though it wasn't. Other times, File Shredder froze-up from overloading.
Edited by TheFabz, 18 August 2014 - 09:50 PM.