How to Clone or Move Your Windows 10 Installation to a Larger Hard Disk or SSD

When it comes to technology, upgrading is a fact of life, whether it’s your operating system, applications or hardware devices. One of the most common hardware components users want/need to upgrade is their local hard drive. Reasons include limited space, better performance, ability to take advantage of advanced features like UEFI or support for GPT disks. Upgrading to a new SSD drive, for example, can extend the life of a desktop of laptop PC for many years. I know, I’ve done it several times.

The issue with upgrading, however, is dealing with the migration of your existing OS and data to the new drive. After all, who wants to rebuild the OS, figure out how to re-activate it, track down and reinstall all the apps and oh yeah, move all your personal files over. Yeah, not me! That’s why today I’m going to review an alternative process using the built-in System Image and Easeus Todo Backup to restore your installation to a larger or smaller disk.

There is an alternative in system imaging and cloning. In this article, we take a look using the built-in System Image and Easeus Todo Backup to clone your drive to a larger or faster hard drive.

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