Posts Tagged ‘paragon’

How to Use 3TB Hard Drives on Windows XP

Friday, November 5th, 2010

Now that I’m aware that 3TB drives are available … I suddenly think I need one.

All hard drive manufacturers have announced the first wave of 3TB (that’s 3 Terabytes) hard drives in the first half of 2010, and first 3TB hard drives like the Western Digital Caviar Green WD30EZRSDTL 3TB are now available.

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Intel Data Migration Software

Tuesday, October 12th, 2010

If you’re interested in experimenting with the new solid state drives, here’s a migration tool for Intel …

I have reviewed the data migration software Paragon Migrate OS To SSD just a few days ago. The software allows a user to migrate from one hard drive to a solid state drive even if the storage space of the SSD is less than the storage space on the source hard drive. It is still available for free, but will likely turn commercial once it leaves beta.

Now Intel has published a software to migrate data from a hard drive to Intel solid state drives as well. The Intel Data Migration Software was developed by Acronis for Intel, to offer Intel SSD owners an option to migrate from their old hard drive to the new Intel solid state drive.

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Paragon Migrate OS to SSD (Early Adopter)

Friday, October 8th, 2010

If you’re anxious to check out those new solid state drives, here’s a program that might be helpful …

Solid State Drives are becoming increasingly popular, with prices slowly dropping and capacities increasing. It will take another few years before these new storage devices will replace conventional hard drives on most computer systems.

Still, some early adopters cannot resist the temptation and buy SSDs, despite their price tag and relatively low storage capacities. Sometimes, users buy a SSD for their old system, with the intention to replace the current hard drive the system is installed on.

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