A solid-state drive, short for SSD, is also known as a solid-state disk or electronic
disk, and though it contains no actual "disk" of any kind, nor motors to
"drive" the disks is a data storage device using integrated circuit
assemblies as memory to store data persistently. SSD technology uses electronic
interfaces compatible with traditional block input/output (I/O) hard disk drives.
Compared with the traditional HDD (hard disk drive), SSD has better properties, so
many users would like to migrate operating system to SSD to perform better.
Migrating operating system to SSD
Migrating operating system to SSD isn’t easy without third party software. As the
best free hard drive partition software, AOMEI Partition Assistant
Standard Edition is not only designed for basic partition
functions, but also many wizard to ease complicate tasks. The Migrating OS to SSD or
HDD wizard is one of them.
Migrate OS by AOMEI Partition Assistant
Before we migrate operating system to SSD, we should do a defragment and make a backup to secure our data. After the backup steps, run AOMEI Partition Assistant Standard Edition, then there are two ways to run Migrate OS to SSD or HDD wizard: first is to click it from the Wizards list, the second is to choose it by clicking Wizard menu. Then click Next to select disk space, and the next step to modify partition size, drive letter. At last, click Finish to complete the whole settings and click Apply to commit the operation. There are detailed steps with screen shots on how to migrating os to SSD.
Besides, the one more function I should mention is the Partition Alignment, which was special designed for SSD and HDD users. With its help, you could improve the speed of your disk on reading and writing data, especially for SSD. You can click it for more information with detailed steps and screen shots.