Why Migrate OS to SanDisk SSD?
In some forums, you may see something like this: I bought a new 480GB SanDisk Ultra
II SSD drive, and want to move Windows 7 to SSD drive, I
don’t know how to do that, can anyone help me to migrate OS to SanDisk SSD? Any help would be appreciated.
So, you would ask why move operating system to SanDisk SSD? It’s necessary to mention
the reasons for OS migration, because the solid-state drive (SSD) is more reliable
than traditional hard drive (HDD) due to the excellent performance. In the view of
the advantages, many users have migrated OS to SSD drive to get a better
performance, like shorter boot time, faster speed of reading and writing, launch
programs faster, etc.
SanDisk SSD drive is widely used for hard drive replacement, includes 240GB SanDisk
SSD Plus, SanDisk Extreme SSD drives, SanDisk 480GB Extreme Pro SSD, and many more.
Thus, migrating OS to SanDisk SSD is the ideal solution to extend system partition for better computer performance.
How to Migrate OS to SanDisk SSD Drive in Windows 7/8/10?
In order to transfer OS to SanDisk SSD, you need the best SanDisk SSD OS migration
software - AOMEI Partition Assistant Professional, which is a comprehensive disk partitioning software and permits you to migrate Windows 7, 8, 10 operating system to SanDisk SSD drive safely. To migrate Windows Server 2019, 2016, 2012, 2008, you can use AOMEI Partition Assistant Server.
Besides, AOMEI Partition Assistant Professional has the ability to increase C drive space to solve the low disk space warning problem, copy hard drive to SSD, allocate free space from one to
the other, recovery deleted partitions,
and many more.
☞ You can free download the demo version of AOMEI Partition
Assistant Professional to have a try.
Firstly, connect the new SanDisk SSD drive with your computer; run and install AOMEI Partition Assistant Professional; to migrate OS to SanDisk SSD,
select Migrate OS to SSD on
the left of the main window.
Second, click Next to continue.
Third, select the unallocated space on SanDisk SSD drive. If there is no one, please check the I want to delete all partitions on disk 2 to migrate system to
the disk option. Then click Next.
Fourth, resize the partition on SanDisk SSD, including the partition size or the
location, according to your demands. Click Next.
Fifth, press Finish in next window. And click Apply to migrate OS to SanDisk SSD drive.
After migrating, change the boot order, and restart your computer, boot your computer
from the SanDisk SSD drive.
Until now, you’ll find the operation of OS migration to SanDisk SSD drive has been successful. In addition, AOMEI Partition Assistant Professional allows you to create bootable media, convert primary partition to logical, merge partitions, and many more.