"I've got an 80Gb hard disk and I want to transfer the system to another 500Gb Hard Disk without to reinstall Windows. Is there any effective way to help me out?"
Have you ever encountered this kind of problem mentioned above? I believe most people who often do work with computer must have been irritated by this. Sometimes, the hard disk of our computer is too small for further use, which makes the computer operate at a very slow speed. At this moment, we need to upgrade to a larger disk for bigger space of storing data. Some or all of the files on the old hard disk will need to be transferred to the new hard drive, and this can be a difficult task. Sure, we can simply install Windows XP/Vista/Windows7 from scratch and then proceed to reinstall all our applications, configure all our settings, and rewrite all our documents, but that's not exactly the most practical solution.
So is there any way that enables us to upgrade to a larger disk without reinstalling system? Some would say we can clone the operating system to another hard disk. Through this way, not only the boot information and other system information but also some settings or applications of the old hard disk you want to keep would be transferred to the new hard disk. Operating System cloning not only realizes system transfer and hard disk upgrade, but also is the best solution of backup and recovery of the Windows system. Cloning can back up the whole system sector by sector. But what kind of software should we choose to clone the Windows system and successfully transfer system to another hard disk without reinstalling the operating system?
Here I would like to introduce a professioanl clone software - EaseUS Todo Backup, which would help us transfer system to another disk and boot from it successfully.
This clone software is compatible with a lot of Windows systems, like Windows XP/Vista/Win7, 32 bit and 64 bit. Besides cloning Windows operating system, we can move all the contents (including all software and data, like documents, movies, pictures and so on) of the old disk to the new one or to a new computer by choosing "Disk Clone". This software makes upgrade or move to a new hard drive an easy job.
Step-by-step tutorial: How to clone hard drive with EaseUS Todo Backup?
Disk clone video tutorial: How to clone Windows 7 with EaseUS Todo Backup?.
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