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How to Securely Erase SSD Drive? 3 Steps Will Do!

Posted on Jan 15, 2018 by Tracy King to Partition Master

Need a secure, fast and easy way to clean and erase your SSD drive? This article will guide you to securely erase and clean up the whole SSD drive in Windows 10/8/7 for free within 3 simple steps by the help of professional free partition manager software.

How to clean and erase SSD?

Are you trying to find an easy and free method to clean up SSD or HDD drive on your PC? Are you looking for an effective method to thoroughly clean up your whole SSD or HDD drive so to free up space on your disk? All these issues can be simply solved within 3 simple steps now. How? Professional and free partition manager software - EaseUS Partition Master Free will do. 

Free download partition manager software to erase SSD drive

So how to get this software? You may Google it online or directly download it right here now:

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 Windows 10 is supported

After downloading this software, you may install it on your PC and then follow below tutorial to erase and thoroughly clean up SSD, HDD, SD, external hard drive or USB drive etc right now.

Securely erase SSD with EaseUS free partition manager software by 2 methods

So now you can install EaseUS Partition Master Free in your PC and thoroughly erase all data with below 2 methods:

Method 1. Securely erase SSD by formatting

Step 1.  Launch EaseUS Partition Master and right click the encrypted partition hard drive or storage devices by choosing "Format partition".

Erase SSD by formatting.

Step 2. Specify the encrypted partition drive by giving it new label/file system and size. Click OK.

Format SSD to erase all data.

Step 3. Click Apply to keep all changes by formatting and erasing the encrypted hard drive partition.

Method 2. Easily erase SSD by wiping data

Step 1. Connect SSD with PC. Launch EaseUS Partition Master Free and right-click the SSD, choose Wipe data.

Wipe data on SSD.

Step 2. Set the number of times to wipe partition (SSD) and click OK.

Erase SSD by wiping data.