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Best Answer phillpower2 , 08 February 2017 - 03:08 PM

Hello thedronefan101, Everything you need to know explained + a download link for the free software here Go to the full post »


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Right now, my PC's OS is stored in the HDD. But I would like to transfer the OS into SSD. Is that possible to do that. My point of understanding, you need to start fresh install on that SSD. But all the important document and software is in the HDD. I do not want to fresh install because it will take time to install my old software one by one and it will a tedious job.Maybe it could have the solution to transfer OS from the HDD to SSD


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Hello thedronefan101,

 

Everything you need to know explained + a download link for the free software here


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This question has been asked by many users. @Technician Do you know what is the rate of successful when using this software to migrate Windows OS from HDD/SSD to another one?


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you should use cloning software to clone Windows and all the installed programs along with it to your SSD. for the cloning software, I recommend AOMEI Backupper. the free version will do.


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you should use cloning software to clone Windows and all the installed programs along with it to your SSD. for the cloning software, I recommend AOMEI Backupper. the free version will do.

 

Have you used it before? Can you tell me your experience?


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