I am upgrading my Windows 7 Pro desktop computer to Windows 10, but before doing so, I want to image my system, in case the upgrade goes horribly wrong or I just don't like Windows 10. I am new to imaging and am using Macrium Reflect - Free. My current setup has the OS and some programs on a 120 GB SSD, as the C: drive. My data and most programs are on a 1 TB HD storage drive (D:).
My question is as follows: If I image just the C: drive, when I go to restore, will the programs and data on the D: drive still operate correctly? If not, is it best to (i) image both the C: drive and D: drive in their entirety, or (ii) if Macrium Reflect - Free allows, should I image the C:drive entirely and just the data and programs folders from the D: drive?