Usually I describe crippleware by limitations on the primary function of the program e.g. a calendar program that you have to buy event alarms. So the the question is whether or not the secure delete was an extra or part of the main program. As the program is primarily a file recovery tool, I'd suggest the secure delete component is a nice extra (most other tools I've tested don't have that) but that's an opinion.
Edit: Yeah Midas already answered this. It's crippleware. Folder view is pretty core to the basic functionality. Recommend switching to the earlier version.
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