Insufficient disk space of system partition is a common problem for all pc users. It may cause the computer to run extremely slowly. The most frequently used way to deal with this problem is to extend your system partition with a free partition manager software. But what if your system disk is used up?
I want to copy my XP Home C: drive in its entirety to my new hard drive and have my PC boot from the new drive. Which is the best, not necessarily, downloadable program to use for simplicity? Thanks in advance for any advice.
All pc users will have to increase the overall capacity of their pc sooner or later. After buying a new hard disk with desirable storage space you ever hoped for, how to transfer entire system partition of the old system disk on a newly created larger partition on the new hard disk? I don't think you are willing to spend a lot of time reinstalling os and all applications again on the new hard disk. To move os to a new larger hard disk without system reinstallation can be an ideal choice.
Unlike hard disk containing common data, hard disk with applications installed on can't move or transfer data by simply Ctrl + C and Ctrl + V. Most of the time, you have to reinstall it once again otherwise it will not work.
If you plan to copy system to new hard disk and enable it to run effectively. You'd better download a disk copy software which has intuitive interface and simple steps. Often there are two kinds of copy module, one is disk copy and the other is partition copy. When you transfer system, you need to choose disk copy and if you move common data, you can choose partition copy.
EaseUS Todo Backup is a complete and powerful disk clone program. It provides disk/partition clone to transfer your system or data to new larger hard disk.
This software can work well with Windows XP/Vista and Windows 7. You can transfer Windows XP or move Windows 7 to another new larger hard disk without reinstallation.
Tips: EaseUS Todo Backup Workstation with recover to dissimilar hardware to copy your present system to new hardware without reinstallation.