Do you want your Windows machine to run as quickly and efficiently as possible? Do you want to free up storage space on your computer’s built in hard drive? If so (and who wouldn’t) you should take a look at Migrate OS to HDD/SDD from EaseUS.
What Migrate OS to HDD/SSD will do for you is move your operating system from the drive it was originally installed on inside your computer to an external drive. If it sounds confusing, let me break it down a little bit for you.
HDD simply stands for Hard Disk Drive and SSD stands for Solid State Drive. If this is something you’re interested in pursuing, it’s probably a good idea to find a large drive (perhaps in the 2TB range). Obviously, when you migrate your OS (short for Operating System) to another drive you’ll have to make sure it’s connected to your computer each time you want to run things smoothly. That means it’s better suited to a desktop computer rather than a laptop, although it’s certainly not impossible to run this type of setup from a portable computer.
While Migrate OS to HDD/SSD obviously works with both types of drives, I’d recommend going with the SSD if you haven’t already chosen. The reasons are simple: SSD drives tend to run quieter and use less power, among other ...