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4 Ways to Completely Delete Your HDD

Did you know that formatting a hard drive doesn’t actually delete the data stored on it? Recovering data after a hard drive has been formatted is actually quite simple. When formatting a drive, the tool you use simply deletes the old partition, then creates a new one. The operating system can no longer read the data that the drive contained, but the data still exists. When selling an old machine, or HDD, or even if you’re just looking to dispose of it, securely erasing everything on your hard drive is very important.
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