Install Windows 8.1, 10 on SSD – Steps to Follow

Radu Tyrsina By: Radu Tyrsina
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If you want to install the latest Windows 8.1 operating system on your SSD, then there are more steps to be followed. Here are the most important ones you need to know.
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We’ve already talked about the fact that SSDs are Faster on Windows 8.1 than Windows 7, so this alone should constitute a big reason in order for you to want to install Windows 8.1 on SSD. As some of you were expecting,  installing Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 on a SSD is almost the same procedure as with old HDDs.

IntoWindows has compiled the best guide I’ve seen on this subject, so you should head over there for the entire instructions. They also say the following:

Solid State Drivers (SSDs) are not only faster than traditional hard disk drives (HDDs) but also last longer. While many new PCs that are available in the market today come with SSDs, most of the PCs that have been purchased in the past couple of years can also be upgraded to SSDs to improve the overall system performance.

Read Also: Cheap Windows 8.1 Laptop Announced: Dual-mode Lenovo Flex 10

If you have managed to follow the instructions or you’re about to, then you might think about defragmenting your SSD on Windows 8.1, as well. For, that you can use Defraggler as it is one of the best software solutions for that.

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