Even at this moment i am running the freeware RESTORATION with Delete Completely that additionally wipes supposedly already deleted files in the system. Does anyone have a grasp as to why performance picks up very noticably when running this app? It just re-enforces my belief that default windows leaves deleted files identifiable enough that the system still hesitates on them and is reason the more even deleted files pile up, the more the system refuses to ignore them. By contrast, after a RESTORATION run, the entire systems picks up in performance and leads me to believe RESTORATION does some extra maintenance on them to keep them from being stumbled over by Windows. Odd, but there is definitely something concrete to practicing this additional wipe method. Best part is you can continue to work with your PC while RESTORATION clears them away and frees up space.