How to Migrate to a Solid-State Drive Without Reinstalling Windows - Macrium Reflect Free will clone a live Windows drive
Installing a solid-state drive is one of the best upgrades you can make for your desktop computer. But maybe you don’t want to deal with setting up Windows (again), getting all of your critical files and folders back on a new hard drive, and reinstalling all your apps.
But there’s also another option when you’re migrating to a new SSD: cloning your old hard drive onto the new one. It’s (reasonably) fast and easy to do, and something you can set to run overnight if you don’t want to wait and watch. When you wake up and switch your system over to your new SSD, everything will be exactly as you left it.
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