Wiping partition is to wipe data from a partition completely and permanently. It’s quite a good way to prevent users’ privacy from being revealed. Generally speaking, many computer users remove their unuseful data by using “Delete”or “Shift + Delete” function in most cases. Surely both of the two methods are very convenient and quick to delete data by just clicking one or two buttons. However, the data which is deleted by previous two methods can be restored by some recovery solutions on condition that it is not overwritten. That is to say, the data is still saved on the disk and users haven’t removed it thoroughly actually.
But what should users do when the data needing to be deleted is very important and confidential? The previous two ways are obviously not feasible any more. This is because the data can be recovered for some malicious purposes as it is not deleted thoroughly and permanently.
Under this occasion, we strongly recommend a partition magic – MiniTool Partition Wizard to users to handle this issue. Users just make use of “Wipe Partition” to wipe data from a partition. In this way, erased data can not be recovered by any recovery software, and also users can protect private information.
Detailed steps of how to wipe data from a partition will be shown to users as follows.
Launch MiniTool Partition Wizard to get the main interface. Select a partition (G:) that needs wiping and activate “Wipe Partition” on the left panel.
Choose a wiping method and click “OK” to go back to the main interface.
Note: the longer time a wiping method costs, the better result it gets.
Just click “Apply” to apply the change. When those operations are finished, user can put an end to the entire work to wipe data from a partition.
Users must have a good understanding of the procedure easily with the help of the MiniTool Partition Wizard tutorials above. The partition magic is really a good choice to wipe data form a partition thoroughly and permanently so as to protect private information from being leaked. Click here to buy one.