Move Windows 8 to SSD with Partition Manager Freeware

Learning how to move Windows 8 operating system from your old hard disk to a new ssd drive with free OS migration software.

December 23, 2014

Move Windows 8 to SSD with Partition Manager Freeware

More and more people have Windows 8 installed on their computers. But some of them still use traditional HDD as the system partition disk. Comparing with SSD, HDD is slow, inefficient and unstable. It’s strongly recommended to move Windows 8 from HDD to SSD. Once Windows 8 has been moved to SSD, we can boot-up our computer within 20 seconds. But how can we move Win 8 to solid state drive without data loss or some unfavorable accidents? Here we’d like to introduce you a powerful and multifunctional Windows partition management utility - AOMEI Partition Assistant. This freeware includes many useful functions such asmerge partitions, resize partitions etc. What’s more, we can find an extremely easy-to-use system migration function in it.

1. Launch AOMEI Partition Assistant Standard. Find Migrate OS to SSD or HDD in Wizard table. Left click it.

Main Windows

2. Select disk space for installing the OS. Here we can find the destination SSD in the disk list. Select it then click Next.

Select SSD

3. This is the key step. We can specify the size and the location of the system partition that we are going to create on the SSD. Also, we can choose a drive letter for it too. When it’s all set, click Next.

Settings

4. Back to the main interface, click on Apply button as in the following picture.

Click Apply

5. The detailed information of the operation will be listed. The estimated time of the process will be offered too. Click Proceed button and we the program will start to move Win 8 to destination SSD.

Select Proceed

 

6. We can get a SSD with the identical Windows 8 operating system then. The whole process is not complicated at all.

For moving Windows 8 to a solid state drive, AOMEI Tech’sPartition Assistant might be the best solution for you due to its excellent stability and usability.