Essentials Erase your PC
Ultimate peace of mind when disposing of your computer!
Permanently destroy your computer data. Erase entire drive or patrician Validates erasure success Runs even if your Operating System is no longer stable With PCs becoming more affordable, many people are giving away their old computers to charity, family memb...
Permanently destroy your computer data.
- Erase entire drive or patrician
- Validates erasure success
- Runs even if your Operating System is no longer stable
With PCs becoming more affordable, many people are giving away their old computers to charity, family members or just selling them on. However, did you know that computers store personal information such as credit-card information, personal details, addresses, email, passwords and much more, even after they have been deleted?
Erase Your PC ensures data on a hard drive is truly erased and unrecoverable. With other techniques such as deleting files, folders, formatting or even deleting partitions, all of the data still resides on the drive and can be easily recovered. Erase Your PC overwrites this data to make it virtually unrecoverable.
- Use Erase your PC when you plan to sell or give your old computer to another user, who you do not wish to have access to your work files, financial information, internet passwords and other sensitive data.
- Erase your PC provides a multi-pass drive/ partition erase for total peace of mind. Use it to make sure that your data is securely and completely erased - for good!
- With Erase your PC, simply select the specific partitions or the entire drive you wish to Erase your PC - there are no limits to the Drive Size.
- Advanced options are also available to validate and change the default multi - pass erase process.
- Runs even if your Operating System is no longer stable.
|Platform||Windows 2000, Windows Millenium, Windows XP, Windows 95, Windows Server 2003|
- Windows 95, Me, 2000, XP or 2003 to make a boot
- Pentium processor or better
- 64 RAM
- Floppy disk drive and floppy disk; IDE, Serial ATA or
- Drive that is accessible at boot time (most are)
- note that most USB and Firewire drives are not supported