2. Set SSD as Boot Drive
- Restart PC and press F2/F8 or Del to enter BIOS.
- Move to the Boot section, set the new SSD as the boot drive.
- Save the changes and restart PC. After this, your OS will automatically run from the new SSD and you'll experience a faster computer with better performance then.
- Can I move just my OS to an SSD?
- How do I transfer Windows 10 from HDD to SSD?
- How do I move my OS to SSD without losing data?
- How do I move windows from HDD to SSD?
- Can I install a SSD without reinstalling Windows?
- What if I change HDD to SSD?
Can I move just my OS to an SSD?
With AOMEI Partition Assistant, you can easily migrate Windows OS drive only to SSD from HDD while keeping files and software on HDD. In this way, you can move only OS to SSD without reinstalling.
How do I transfer Windows 10 from HDD to SSD?
Get a disk cloning software and do the cloning job, from HDD to SSD on PC. Change boot priority to cloned SSD in BIOS or remove HDD to test if you can boot up successfully. Cloning method is safe but still it is good to create a backup image for your Win10 before you start.
How do I move my OS to SSD without losing data?
If you want to move all contents (not only the OS) from HDD to SSD, you can try its “Disk Clone Wizard”, which can clone entire disk to another one. Here we mainly show how to migrate OS from HDD to SSD without data loss via the “Migrate OS to SSD Wizard”.
How do I move windows from HDD to SSD?
Clone Your Drive
Find your current drive—it'll list your C: partition with a Windows logo—and select it. Click the Clone This Disk button that appears below that drive to start the cloning wizard. This will bring up a new window where you will choose your destination drive—in this case, your empty SSD.
Can I install a SSD without reinstalling Windows?
The top-notch Windows backup software lets you readily install an SSD on your laptop and desktop without reinstalling Windows. Here are some key features of EaseUS Todo Backup. Supports users to clone OS, move Windows to SSD, and upgrade HDD to SSD without data loss.
What if I change HDD to SSD?
Replacing a hard drive with an SSD is one of the best things you can do to dramatically improve the performance of your older computer. Without any moving parts, SSDs operate more quietly, more efficiently, and with fewer parts to break than hard drives that have spinning platters.