"I have recently purchased a new hard drive to upgrade my old, small, slow hard drive which is running Windows 7 64 bit. Which is the easiest way to realize system hard drive upgrading?"
The answer is "Clone". Clone hard drive Windows 7 64 bit is the best method to upgrade system hard drive.
Computer users always encounter this problem: space is not enough. When one of the partitions is running out of space, you can use the built-in Windows 7 Disk Management or partition manager software to extend it. But if the hard drive is out of space, what should we do? Change a new larger one is the only solution.
It is easy to buy a new hard drive, but how to transfer the data on the old hard drive to new one? Copy and paste? Yes, you can do it if the data you want to transfer only contains several small files. But if you want to upgrade system hard drive, simply copy system files cannot make system run normally. In this case, it is much safer and faster to clone system hard drive than reinstall Windows 7 64 bit system and all applications.
Clone Windows 7 64 bit hard drive is not simply copy files, it is the best hard drive upgrading solution which can ensure system and applications run correctly on the new one.
Windows 7 64 bit system doesn't provide built-in tool to help us clone hard drive, so professional hard drive cloning software is needed. To decide which one to use, you should consider the following points:
After confirming the questions above, you can make a decision.
Looking for the most reliable software is a long and difficult procedure. Just calm down, here is a professional hard drive cloning software for you, and it is widely-admired on many software websites.
EaseUS Todo Backup is professional hard drive cloning software. Besides clone system/data hard drive, it also provides advanced functions like image backup & restore solution, differential backup, incremental backup, schedule backup, disk clone, image split, etc.
Step-by-step tutorial: How to clone hard drive?
Disk clone video tutorial: How to clone Windows 7 with EaseUS Todo Backup?.