The other answers are correct. It adds no value unless you are need to hide illegal or confidential activity.
If disposing of the drive, easier just to drill through it a few times to stop some one from taking your data.
I wrote a DOD compliant drive wipe utility many years ago. The way it works it is goes to each unused byte on the drive and stores all 0's, then all 1's then a random value, and does this multiple times to eradicate the magnetic signature.
Deleting files just removes them from the MFT, a directory of sorts of the files storage locations.
So, for disk space purposes, don't bother. If you have terrorist manuals and want to purge them, well.... I guess then you would use a wipe tool.
As the commenter said, be careful on an SSD. It's somewhat pointless to wipe it, and if you do you can bet you are now really shortening its life. SSD's have limited write capabilities. So much so, they have special chips to randomize the writes to avoid overuse of certain sectors. Consider it, even wearing of the disk.
Long story short, don't waste your time. Also, I really suggest avoiding most of the "Clean your Computer" utilities. They are just spam pieces of crap that don't help.
Like, "Clean your registry".. Don't. Its really pointless.
Just defrag your NON-SSD drive, and keep on trucking.