To transfer Windows 10 to SSD, you must make use of tools. Otherwise, you can’t do it at all. Even you have spent lots of time and energy to do it, it’s useless. Sometimes, it does not work at all. iBeesoft Dbackup is a great software tool to transfer Windows 10 to SSD. Try it to get the task down easily.
After searching many forums, I got the idea that why people need to transfer Windows 10 to another SSD.
Some people asked whether is it possible to transfer Windows 10 to SSD without cloning? Directly transfer? No, tell you the truth, you don’t want it at all. Incidents happens during the transferring process and the transfer file size is really large. And what’s worse, some files can’t be copied at all. To make it easier, you need the help of iBeesoft DBackup.
iBeesoft Dbackup is a professional software specially designed for users to back up, clone and migrate files, folders, drives and more. It’s works great to help people get work done.
Here are the steps for how to transfer Windows 10 to another SSD. Before you go, please make sure the SSD is capable of saving all the transferred files.
Step 1. Connect your SSD with your computer. If you’ve installed on your computer, then make sure it appears in File Explorer as a drive.
Step 2. Download and install iBeesoft Dbackup on your computer. After then, launch it. In the start window, please select either Drive Backup or System Backup. If you want to transfer Windows 10 system to SSD, then choose System Backup as Drive Backup even include all files in the drive.
Step 3. In the next Windows, set up the storage location as the path for your SSD. Name the backup file and click "Start" to duplicate hard drive in Windows 10 or transfer Windows 10 system to SSD. When the backup is done, you can check out the backup file.
If you want to moving files in Windows 10 to SSD, you must backup drives to SSD with the software
You know while you install Windows 10, there are settings, data, cookies, temps, etc. If you want to depend on a backup, clone, or transfer software to move only Windows 10 system to SSD, then it is impossible. You have to do prep work before hand to get rid of these files. To do this, you can make use of the Disk Cleanup feature in Windows.
1. Type in Disk Cleanup in the search bar at the bottom left of the Windows computer and click to open it.
2. After then, you can see a list of file types that you can delete with the Disk Cleanup. Check the files you want to delete and apply it.
3. Click Clean Up System Files near the bottom of the window, then it can add a few more file types you want to clean up, like the large-sized previous Windows Installation.
4. Install iBeesoft Dbacup and backup System.