Install Windows 10 on a new hard drive
Windows 10 is a popular operating system. If the user has activated Windows 10 with an MS account, then installing a new drive to the laptop or PC is easy and it will remain activated. Following is the simple method to install Windows 10 on a new hard drive:
- Use One Drive to back-up all the files
- While the old Drive of the user is still installed, click on “Settings”, followed by “Updates & Security”, and then click on “Backup”
- The user can insert a USB that has storage to accommodate Windows and the backup files to the USB drive
- Now shut down the PC
- Install the new Drive
- The user now has to insert a USB and then start the computer in the recovery drive
- Install the third-party apps and other files
This method is applicable to all versions of Windows 10.
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