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(Some people don't seem to have got the sarcasm here: phrases such as 'easy on your system', 'pretty cool', 'not bad', 'nothing to get worked up about' may mislead. But make no mistake about it: Evidence Eliminator is easily the most destructive program ever installed under Windows, and the level of this destruction is directly related to the bulk of these InCtrl5 reports. Sad reading indeed. Caveat emptor. -Ed.)

Evidence Eliminator v4.5

EE v4.5 is easy on your system. It only

- Adds 172 Registry keys;
- Adds 163 Registry values;
- Changes 16 Registry values;
- Adds 5 disk directories;
- Adds 49 disk files; and
- Changes 8 disk files.

It only corrupts one system file (RICHED32.DLL), which is pretty cool. At least it won't completely max out your Registry like its even lamer successor.

Read the report for Evidence Eliminator v4.5

Evidence Eliminator v5.0

Even EE v5.0 is not bad. It only

- Adds 740 Registry keys;
- Adds 703 Registry values;
- Changes 7 Registry values;
- Adds 5 disk directories;
- Adds 100 disk files; and
- Changes 18 disk files.

It corrupts two system files (MSVCRT40.DLL and RICHED32.DLL) but hey, nothing to get worked up about. After all, it's a VB app and the FBI is due in the morning anyway.

Read the report for Evidence Eliminator v5.0

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