To begin with, I wasnt sure if this topic should go to the hardware subforum or here, so please move if you deem it neccessary.
So, the story is, I have a 60gb ssd drive, for my windows 7 installation. (win 7 pro x64). Although I am keeping every possible software installed in my D: drive, after 2 years of use, the ssd drive is getting very low on space. I am constantly removing useless stuff and regularly declutter it but still.
(Right now there are only 2gb of free space, and since I ll be needing to install Visual studio soon, I ll need at least 5-6 gb more).
So, the question is, is there a way to change the drive but still keep everything as it is without the need of a clean install? Would an application like norton's ghost do the trick?
(sorry if ghost is obsolete for the past 10 years, but that was the last time I needed something like it).
Thanks a lot