- May 13, 2006
- 1,558 (0.35/day)
- City 17, California, U.S.A.
|Processor||AMD RYZEN 5 2600 @ stock.|
|Motherboard||MSi X470 Gaming Plus.|
|Cooling||AMD 92mm vanilla Wraith. 80mm Arctic Cooling case fans.|
|Memory||G.SKILL Flaxe X 3200, 16GB (2x8GB) @ 3200.|
|Video Card(s)||Sapphire 8g RX 580 Pulse @ stock.|
|Storage||SanDisk 240g SSD & Seagate 1T SSHD, running as 1 drive with StoreMI.|
|Display(s)||ASUS VP247QG Freesync.|
|Case||Blue Chenming 301KB, Vintage beauty!|
|Audio Device(s)||Onboard Realtek/Nahimic. Logitech 2.1's.|
|Power Supply||Seasonic PRIME 750w Gold.|
|Software||Windows 10 Pro x64.|
|Benchmark Scores||It plays nicely!|
I recently found the program Recuva from Piriform. I ran the scan for pictures and was surprised at the "deleted" pics in found on my computer. Pics I never downloaded. Pics that must have been in the background of web pages I have visited, image searches etc. I see in the progy I can overwright the files to make them unrecoverable, but is it possible to fully remove the files (pics, docs, vids, etc.) so they don't keep showing up in a scan?