If you look around the many online software stores, you can buy an OEM version of Windows Vista for well under £100, which makes the new OS a worthy upgrade. Once you've bought and installed Vista, you may find that it takes up vital hard drive space and you could do with upgrading your drive. This is simple. Most PCs will allow you to connect another drive as a slave, within your system. You merely need to choose the drive relevant for your system, install and then migrate the data from your old drive. However, you can't do this by simply copying files, you need a migration tool.
HDClone Free 3.2.8 is a tool that will enable you to migrate the entire contents from an old drive to a larger new drive. You can then remove the old drive, connect the new drive as your 'master' and reboot. The only real downside of the free version is that it is limited to a copying speed of 300MB/minute, which means it might take some time to migrate the contents of a large drive.
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