Once the Windows 7 has been released, I just upgrade my Windows operating system from Windows XP to Win7 like many other users. It works pretty well for a very long time. But a few weeks ago, my hard drive, which just has 40GB, is running out of space. Just due to this reason, my computer runs more and more slowly, even sometimes, the system crashes accidentally. Under this circumstance, I intend to search for some solutions on line.
At the same time, the SSD, which is short for "Solid State Disk", is very popular with most of the users. Therefore, I decide to migrate Windows 7 to SSD. However, as known to most of the users, the operating system and the applications can not be migrated simply by "Copy" and "Paste". So in many blogs and forums, many users ask about how to migrate Windows to SSD, and are there any powerful migration tool that can help to complete this task easily and safely.
Now, I have already done this task with the help of a free and excellent migration tool-AOMEI Backupper. It is an all-in-one tool that has been designed for backup, restore and clone. Then, let's see how to migrate Windows 7 to SSD with this powerful software.
Migrate OS to SSD with Free Migration Tool
As for the task of Windows 7 migration, the backup software of AOMEI has two approaches. On the one hand, it can realize the operation by backing up the Windows 7 OS to an image file, and then restore it to the SSD. On the other hand, it can complete the task by cloning the Windows 7 system drive directly to the new SSD. The image below is the main interface of this migration tool.
This migration tool can work with Windows Server 2000/2003/2008/2012, XP, Vista, Windows Home Server, SBS and Windows 7/8. With all the demonstrations above, I believe you have known how to migrate Windows 7. If you want to solve your problem right now, just download this freeware and try it out.