Migrate Windows 10/8/7 OS to SSD/HDD
Before you do:
- Uninstall software you aren’t using anymore, delete unnecessary files and transfer data that you don’t want stored on your SSD.
- Check and make sure your SSD has more space than the total amount of operating system, applications and data in C drive you’re migrating.
- Insert your SSD into computer and make sure it can be detected. For a laptop, you need an external enclosure or adapter to connect SSD to your laptop.
Step 1: Download, install and launch AOMEI Backupper. Then select “Clone” -> “System Clone”. In the free version, you need to follow the instruction to share the text and unlock system clone.
Step 3: Here is the operation preview which shows you the OS drives will be migrated to SSD. At the lower left corner, you can choose whether or not tick the checkbox before “Sector by sector clone”. We suggest you tick the checkbox before “Align partition to optimize for SSD”. After that, click “Start Clone”.
With this hard disk clone software, the operation of migrating operating system to SSD can be completed through just a few clicks. So just download this tool and have a try by yourself.