Evidence Eliminator??

Discussion in 'privacy technology' started by ~matirx~, Sep 6, 2003.

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  1. ~matirx~

    ~matirx~ Guest

    Is Evidence Eliminator any good too use? I have installed it before on my other PC"s and always get dos errors or lockouts from the program.How do I get rid of all these errors? :)
     
  2. the Tester

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    I would avoid Evidence Eliminator.

    There are better choices available IMO.

    I use SuperCleaner and Ace Utilities.
    Window Washer is supposed to be good.

    Check out MRU Blaster on this forum also.

    I would uninstall Evidence Eliminator if it was me.
    Try a search in this forum and also at Spywareinfo.com forum. ;)
     
  3. ChrisP

    ChrisP Suspended Member

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    Their approach in marketing etc is unforgivable - which is a shame as the product is in my opinion great.

    I have used it for a year and a half or so and have found it to be the best by a mile. cant think of any other app which does all that it does.

    Try it - I think a trial is available.

    Again - I dont know why they have such a terrible marketing philosophy - the product is good enough to speak for itself - and I quite understand why it gets slagged off so much - which is a real shame as it works so well.

    If you look about you can get it for $75 - I did - but cant remember the url!
     
  4. FluxGFX

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    I just want to know why alot of people do not like Evidence eliminator.

    NO DEBATE ! Just why it's bad....

    ( No EXPERIENCE exemples or other ) Just why it shouldn't be used.
     
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    Use it if you like and don't mind the vendors' questionable ethics and the high price. Or try Eraser, which is freeware.
     
  6. FluxGFX

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    Eraser I like.

    Just trying to see why some people have issues with it. Has one of my friends is considering in buying this wholy expensive software
     
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