It's easy to buy a completely new computer, but how do you get your old data across to the new machine? Most new PCs have a spare cable for another hard drive. Grab your old drive from your old system, connect it to the spare cable in your new PC and then simply clone or migrate the contents of your drive across to your new drive. Alternatively, if you want to add a larger drive to your old PC, simply add the drive, select the destination and clone your data across. Then simply reboot with your larger drive.
HDClone Free 3.2.4 will enable you to clone data from your old drive to a new drive. For instance, if you're stuck with a small 80GB drive, go out and buy a 250GB drive, install in your new computer and use HDClone Free to clone the contents to the new drive.
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