I have a WD 1TB Black SSD, and I want to delete and merge the C: and D: partitions on Windows 7. I would like to know what other places besides the C partition hold the system files and if there is anything else I need to wipe out. Thanks!
Cici· Answered on Feb 22, 2023
If you are worried that deleting C and D partitions won't get rid of all your system files, you can also use the tools that come with Windows or professional disk management tools to view all hidden partitions, including user-hidden, third-party program hidden, and system hidden partitions. EaseUS Partition Master is a safe and easy-to-use tool to view all the hidden partitions.
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After viewing the hidden partitions, if you want to delete them, EaseUS Partition Master will help you to wipe them all in one click without formatting them. You don't need to worry about data leakage. And you can reuse your SSD as a secondary drive.
EaseUS Partition Master is a very easy-to-use tool that allows you to manage your computer like an expert, even if you are new to computers.
Here are the specific steps to follow:
Step 1. Launch EaseUS Partition Master and select "Partition Manager."
Step 2. Select the target partition and click "Delete All."
Step 3. After confirming the deletion notification, click "Execute xx Task" and "Appy."
In this way, you can completely delete the partition, including the hidden ones. You can even delete the system partition.