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Disk Migration Tips

Replacing your old disk? Ready to upgrade to a new SSD? Backing up your OS or data? we’re here to help. Read on as we show you how to migrate everything from old disk to new one without reinstalling Windows.

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How to Move OS from HDD to New SSD?
The easiest and fastest way to migrate the OS without reinstall is to use professional hard drive copy software. AppleXsoft Hard Drive Copy can perfectly solve your problem by moving OS from HDD to SSD without damage as well as formatting your old HDD.
How to make an exact bootable clone of your Hard Drive ?
You're planning on upgrading your computer hard drive to a larger disk? but there is one small problem: How to transfer your data from the old hard drive to new one, without reinstalling Windows ? Here's a step-by-step guide to deploy a new hard disk without any bootable failure problem.
How to clone entire hard disk or partitions to new hard disk ?
If you're about to upgrade your PC or laptop's hard disk. AppleXsoft Hard Drive Copy is the perfect solution for upgrading from your old hard disk to your new hard drive easily and quickly. No need to reinstall applications or drivers. Hare is a helpful step-by-step guide walks you through each step of the migration process.
How to migrate Windows OS to SSD with disk migration tool ?
Think to upgrade to a new Solid State Drive? Here’s how to install an SSD without reinstalling Windows. You no longer need to spend hours performing tedious, complicated re-installations when buying or upgrading your PC.
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