Recently I decided to perform a clean install of the latest version of Mac OS, that is, to go to Disc Utility, erase the hard drive and launch the installation process. I've done it a few times in the past, so it seemed like no problem at all. However it looks like it is no longer possible to do that, as the "erase" option in Disc Utility is not available. Does that mean that performing a clean install has become more clunky in High Sierra, or there is a simple workaround?
Any help would be greatly appreciated. Kind regards, Felix.