Wiping data is a process which allows users to completely erase data from a disk. When data is wiped, the sectors of the disk where files and folders were situated physically are rewritten with zeroes (the data can't be recovered) in contrast to a process of ordinary files deletion when only the pointer to the file in the file allocation table is deleted (files in this case can be restored).
Testimonials and User Comments
Just a short note to thank you for a superior product in your Acronis True Image.
I have had two occasions in the last five months to have to completely restore my computer.
Each time it worked flawlessly and completely restored my C drive and all programs even the very protected ones with digital signatures.
The program has saved me countless hours of rebuilding and reconfiguring time and is one of the best programs I have ever worked with.
Michael K. Terry
Acronis International GmbH.