How to Wipe USB Drive on Mac?
by Shirly Chen, 2016-03-14
Wipe USB Drive on Mac Situations
As we know, when the files on the hard drive are deleted or formatted, the files still can be recovered by data recovery software or manual data recovery service. In most cases, keep data safe or recovery lost files are important in our life. But in some special situations, we need to securely & permanently wipe or destroy the data. For instance, when we want to resell or donate a USB drive to other people, it is recommended to wipe all data on the USB drive. If you are a Mac user, you can wipe USB drive on Mac with Mac data erasure software.
- Wipe USB drive on Mac before donating or recycling USB drive.
- Wipe USB drive on Mac before lending USB drive to other people.
- Wipe USB drive on Mac when you share a USB drive with others.
- Before you discard your old USB drive, you’d better wipe the USB drive.
For Mac users, erasing data with disk utility is complex. And it is not safe. Mac data recovery software can easily recover erased files after erasing Mac hard drive with disk utility. When you want to permanently wipe USB drive data under Mac OS X, you have to do it with third-party Mac data erasure software.
In principle, if you want to permanently wipe data on USB drive, you have to destroy the data and overwrite the disk space of the USB drive with zero or random bites. Deleting the files or the formatting the USB drive can’t achieve the goal. When you delete a file or format the USB drive, the files are still in your USB drive, they are just hidden. Data Recovery software can easily recover your files after deletion or format. Super Eraser for Mac is incorporate data erasure software for Mac users that can permanently destroy, shred data and overwrite the disk space under Mac OS X.
Wipe USB Drive on Mac with Super Eraser for Mac
Super Eraser for Mac is very powerful and very easy-to-use. With the help of Super Eraser for Mac, everybody can easily wipe USB drive on Mac. You can follow these simple steps to wipe USB drive data under Mac OS X.
Step 1: Download and install Super Eraser for Mac on your Mac.
Step 2: Connect your USB drive with your Mac.
Step 3: Run Super Eraser for Mac to wipe your data.
Super Eraser for Mac completely wipes your data on USB drive under Mac OS X within the three simple steps above. After data wipe, your data is permanently lost and can’t be recovered by any kind data recovery software/method. Super Eraser for Mac also can wipe data on Mac hard drive, memory card, SD card, etc.
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