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The Techie Side of Disk Utility

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Disk Utility can erase your disks so that files can’t be recovered.

You may want to erase your disks, for example, if you’ve sold the machine to a stranger. But otherwise, unless you’re a world-class spy, you probably do not want to do this.

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