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How to Upgrade System Hard Disk to a Bigger One

Updated on Dec 12, 2018 by Daisy to Partition Master Guide

Summary:
How to solve the old system hard disk low disk space problem? Upgrade system hard disk to a bigger one with EaseUS Partition Master.

Low disk space problem of system hard disk will make you unable to upgrade applications and system, or store more data. Change a new bigger hard disk will be a good solution, but reinstalling operating system and applications will be a time-consuming job. Why not clone system disk to a bigger one? It is the fast and easy way to solve low disk space problem of system hard disk, and you needn't reinstall system or applications.

How to upgrade system hard disk with EaseUS Partition Master

EaseUS Partition Master provides "Upgrade disk" function to help you upgrade system hard disk to a bigger one and solve the low disk space problem. Follow the step-by-step guide below to learn how to do it.

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 Windows 10 is supported

 

Step 1: Select the source disk.

Open EaseUS Partition Master. Right-click the disk that you want to copy or clone. Then, select "Clone".

select the disk that you want to copy

Step 2: Select the target disk.

Choose the wanted HDD/SSD as your destination and click "Next" to continue.

choose a suitable destination

Step 3: View the disk layout and edit the target disk partition size. 

Then click "Continue" when the program warns it will wipe out all data on the target disk. (If you have valuable data on the target disk, back up it in advance.)

confirm to continue the cloning process

You can select "Autofit the disk", "Clone as the source" or "Edit disk layout" to customize your disk layout. (Select the last one if you want to leave more space for C drive.)

Adjust disk layout

Step 4: Execute the operation.

Click the "Execute the operation" option and click "Apply" to start the disk cloning process.

After the operations above, replace the source disk with destination disk and then boot the computer.

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 Windows 10 is supported