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How to Clone Mac Hard Drive to SSD

Posted on May 24, 2017 by Jean to Mac Backup and Recovery

Download the most popular Mac cloning software to clone Mac hard drive to SSD without reinstalling operating system and applications. It's a safe, complete and easy-to-use way to upgrade or replace Mac's hard drive with a new HDD/SSD and make a bootable hard drive for Mac.

Why is it recommended to clone Mac hard drive to SSD?

When it comes to the 'clone' topic, what do you expect the most? We usually recommend the way of cloning your Mac hard drive in case that you decide to upgrade Mac hard drive with a solid state drive, replace an old or corrupted Mac drive with a newly bought one, or perhaps try to create a bootable hard drive for Mac.

All those demands can be easily satisfied by cloning behavior. Above all, by cloning disk 1 to disk 2, you don't necessarily worry about reinstalling operating system, transfer files, folders, applications and some settings on the new hard disk; second, keep a cloned hard drive with setup volume on it can help boot your Mac machine easily when unexpected disasters came and stroke your Mac.

What's the best Mac cloning software?

In order to assist you better in cloning Mac's hard drive without interruption, we come up with a piece of handy and specialized Mac cloning software, which is called EaseUS Todo Backup for Mac.

Being a professional Mac backup, clone and synchronization utility, EaseUS Todo Backup for Mac allows Mac users to clone everything on one hard drive to another easily, and the destination disk can be an HDD as well as SSD.

How to clone Mac hard drive to SSD (Make a bootable Mac hard drive)?

Only several simple clicks can help accomplish the job of cloning Mac hard drive to a solid state drive. Follow the detailed guide and get started.

Step 1. Connect both hard drive and SSD to Mac computer and launch EaseUS Mac cloning software. 

Step 2. In the From drop-down list, select the volume you want to clone, which should be the source disk.

Step 3. In the To drop-down list, select the SSD as the destination disk.

Step 4. Set up the disk cloning properties. Here, you are allowed to exclude files or folders if necessary. 

Step 5. Finally, click the Start button to execute the cloning operation.