Monday, 22 April 2013

Easily Move Your Current OS from Old SSD to Brand New Higher Capacities SSD

SSD, stands for Solid State Drives made its strong presence in the storage industry and gradually become popular from the very first day of its release. Continuously falling SSD prices may be the reasons of its growing popularity and significant improvement in SSD uses. 

However, Cliff Sun, director of product marketing at San Disk, claims that that these trends will going to break this year and no further decreases in SSD prices for users. Cliff also said that SSD market player may reduce the cost in coming days that may end up with up with some existing manufacturer out of the market.

Nowadays, a SSD costs you around $1/GB whereas, a normal HDD would costs around 50 cents per gigabyte, exactly half of the SSD prices. But SSD's are considered to be more safe, reliable, and faster than modern hard drives. This would ultimately increase your PC uses productivity, provides better gaming experience, give less or not at all any data loss situations.

Due to increased data loss cases from the traditional hard drive drives by firmware corruption, manufacturer fault, virus/ malware infections etc.,  HDD supplies were fallen to 578 Million in 2012 than 626 Million in 2011, report claims.


Probably, you've already turned to SSD and replaces traditional hard drives or using it for merely as a backup drive or as an extra storage space for keeping all your important files. You may find a good discussion here about why you should get an SSD and keep your HDD too.

Most of the time, users preferred to purchase low capacity solid state drives due to its higher costs over traditional hard disk drive. Low capacities solid state drives may suddenly runs out of space to install any application program or to save your data. Thus, you need to replace the current SSD with higher capacities SSDs, so could you store any more data or play any high graphics game.

To switch from old low capacities solid state drives to your brand new SSD, you'll need a payware (costs you around $20) from Paragon entitled Paragon Migrate OS to SSD 3.0. This software will easily align your new SSD according to Windows 7 and make it primary bootable device. You don't need to waste hours to install new OS and copy/move all your files. Just install and run this program, it will manage the rests operation and give you exactly the same OS with any or all the pre existed programs already installed.