Main goal: Delete specific files without the use of CCleaner and Eraser in the shortest time possible without decreasing the life of a SSD drive.
Here's the thing. I have my
C:\ drive and it's an SSD. I can't use Eraser nor CCleaner to clean up the free space because these programs said that it "could" slow down or decrease the lifetime of the SSD. The leftover files are currently around 1GB~ and growing. I've been able to create my own small tool from Java which enables me to locate specific files in my system to overwrite them with nothing.
Would this be a good practice to ensure that none of my files are recoverable assuming that I will no longer need the file then afterwards deleting them from my system through the trash bin?