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Disk Partition Wiper Permanently Wipes Everything From Hard Disks

Disk partition Wiper is a freeware tool that lets you wipe everything from the hard disk drive of your PC. This tool is especially useful if you decided to discard your hard drive or resell your PC so you can prevent your personal information or company documents from recovering.

Disk Partition Wiper offers powerful algorithms and comprehensive wipe ability like US DoD 5220.22-M E, US DoD 5220.28-STD, Full Sector With Zero, etc. to permanently wipe contents from hard drives. Also it is easy to use and supports file systems such as file systems, FAT16/32, NTFS and Ext2/3/4.

The application can be used with Windows 8, 7, Vista and XP (both 32-bit and 64-bit) and completely and permanently wipe sensitive data on disk drive volumes or disk partitions.

How to Use It? 

As said above, the app is easy to use. After installation, run the app, choose a desired wiping method and then click "Wipe Now" button. The process is comparatively fast (depending on hard disk size). That's all!

You can download Disk Partition Wiper free from developer’s website here.


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