Files deleted on the computer, usually, if not specially handled, the system simply deletes the file name in the allocation table, and the real data is still on disk. With some data recovery software, it's easy to recover files that have been called deleted.
The partition assistant has the ability to erase the disk, it can completely delete the data on the disk, so that the data on the disk can not be erased or deleted by other data recovery software, which can achieve high data confidentiality. For example, you don't want to use an old disk that needs to be sold, yet worry about people seeing you deleted files or deleted pictures, movies, and so on. The partition assistant's Erase hard disk feature will become quite useful.
Erase disk data operation steps
1, download the free section Assistant, install and run. Select the hard drive you want to erase in the list box in the main interface and right-click, and choose Erase Disk in the pop-up menu. As shown in Figure 1:
2, and then open the following Figure 2, all of the windows, you can specify the number of erase disk, up to 100 times. The more times you erase, the more time it takes to execute.
3, select a number of times in the above figure, and click "OK" to return to the main interface of the partition assistant. Then you'll see the status shown in Figure 3 below. All partitions on disk 1 are deleted and an extra "erase disk 1 All data" operation is in the list of actions waiting to be performed.
Please click the "Submit" button on the toolbar above and click "Execute" in the pop-up dialog to perform the actual erase disk data. In addition, the partitioning assistant can completely remove all data on a disk, as well as remove all data from partitions (such as D-disk, e-disk) in the same way as erasing disk operations.