[60% Off] Migrate Your OS without Formatting the Destination Disk with EaseUS Partition Master 13.5

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Popular disk cloning and migration tool, EaseUS Partition Master now allows you to migrate your operating system to another drive (HDD or SSD) without formatting it. I suspect this is done by partitioning the destination drive beforehand and then loading the OS on to an empty one. Furthermore, if you are someone who tends to wreck your computer often (read, crash your OS), then you might want to check out this deal.

EaseUS Partition Master 13.5 is being sold for $15, a small fraction of its regular price of $40. The company is celebrating its 14th anniversary, hence the discount. The software is compatible with all major versions of Windows including 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista and even XP. Other than migrating, it also lets you manage, clone, and restore drive partitions, as well as convert them from GPT to MBR or Dynamic and vice versa.

Migrate Windows to SSD

One of the main advantages of using a third-party tool for cloning is that it automatically scales the destination partition according to the need without you having to worry much about the details. You can migrate your OS from a 1TB HDD to a 64GB SSD (or vice versa) for faster boot times, and the software will automatically take care of the partitioning. Lastly, you can also manage dynamic volumes, doing which is not very convenient using the windows disk management tool. Comes in handy if you are combining multiple drives. A dynamic disk may contain simple volumes, spanned volumes, striped volumes, mirrored volumes, and RAID-5 volumes. With dynamic storage, you can perform disk and volume management without restarting your OS. It can contain any combination of storage types as long as they are of the same type.

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You can buy EaseUS Partition Manager 13.5 from here. It’s a limited time offer, so don’t twiddle your thumbs and get going. We’ll have a step-by-step guide up soon. Cheers!

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