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System Clone in Windows 10 Ensures A Normal Computer Boot Up

Updated on May 30, 2018 by Jean to Todo Backup Resource

System clone in Windows 10 saves time and energy to upgrade your existed Windows 10 hardware to a new one, and using EaseUS Windows clone software will make sure your computer boot up without any problem.

How do I move Windows 10 from one computer to another?

I've recently upgraded my four-year-old DELL PC from Windows 8.1 to Windows 10 and I am so into the new OS. Now I decide to change a new computer but still need to keep all the information including the new system data on the old machine. How can I get this? The method had better easy to handle, because I don't know much about the computer system and data stuff.

Why not clone Windows 10 hard drive with free software?

System clone in Windows 10 is a very convenient way to move Windows 10 system to a new computer and upgrade hard drive without reinstalling Windows 10 as well. With all sensitive system data and various information on your present computer hard drive, most of us are afraid of selectively moving some from one place to the other since any improper handle very system data will cause boot-up problem of a machine.

In this event, stop thinking about copying all the hard drive data and pasting them to a new place, which considers an unwise behaviour and we can't imagine how long will the move cause.

Try EaseUS free clone software to clone Windows 10 hard drive with ease

EaseUS Todo Backup offers free system clone option in Windows 10/8.8/8/7/XP/Vista with a few clicks, and ensures a secure Windows 10 move from old hard drive to a new one without making trouble in booting up. The whole cloning process is extremely easy as the following guide shows. 

Steps to clone Windows system hard drive. Just prepare well with your new hard disk.

Step 1. Launch EaseUS Todo Backup Free and click "Clone".

EaseUS clone software is free for system clone in Windows 10

Step 2. Now a mini windows pops up, and you should choose the Windows 10 source disk as you plan to clone. Click "Next".

choose the source disk to start system clone in Windows 10

Step 3. Choose the destination disk. The sector by sector clone in Advanced options supports cloning all sectors from source disk to the destination disk, and you can preview the disk layout in advance, then click Proceed to clone. The more data, the longer it will take in Windows 10 clone.

choose the destination disk to finish system clone in Windows 10