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  • Do you know what the best data migration tool is?
    Time: Jul. 17, 2020

    When you migrate data from one place to another, you don't want to take any risks. Whether you are migrating data for security or backup reasons, or upgrading to the latest version of an operating system, you must choose the best data migration tool for the job.

     

    Different software suites migrate data in different ways: from shrinking hard drives to fast SSDs, cloning and transferring operating systems to the wholesale business, so applications no longer need to be reinstalled. The answer is to find out what features. offers each solution and which one best suits your needs.

     

    1. Windows 10 Migration Accelerator

     


    Microsoft officially discontinued support for Windows 7 earlier this year, prompting companies to switch to Windows 10. Ivanti's Windows 10 Accelerator will save time for those deploying up to thousands of computers worldwide.

     

    The software takes a snapshot of user profiles and local files from old Windows installations to transfer to modern installations. Everything remains intact so that users can continue where they left off.

     

    2. Minitool Partition Wizard

     


    The MiniTool partition wizard is used by tens of millions of people and mainly offers partition related support. However, it is also a security-conscious software package with the "Migrate OS to SSD" feature that optimizes Windows 10 performance when migrating a system from a hard drive to an SSD. Supports data migration of all versions of Windows from XP with compatible file systems like FAT 16.12.32, exFAT, NTSF and Ext2 / 3/4.

     

    Additional features include the ability to manage hard drives and partitions, verify file systems, align SSD partitions, migrate operating systems to SSD, and much more.

     

    3. AOMEI Backupper Standard

     


    This free tool secures the software and therefore makes it easy to transfer to a desktop or laptop PC. With AOMEI Backupper Standard, which is also available as a free version with limited functionality, you can clone a small hard drive to upgrade the hard drive to a larger hard drive, or clone a hard drive for better performance on an SSD.

     

    Other features include the ability to save entire hard drives, SSDs, or certain partitions as duplicates. scheduled backups or syncs; and an automatic file synchronization feature that allows you to automatically configure file synchronization from one location to another.