"In real-world usage, this lower write endurance is not really a big issue, however. Per my rough calculations, if you write/rewrite about 10GB of data daily, it would still takes about 7 years for a 250GB Samsung 840 series drive to run out of P/E cycles. Most of us don't write 10GB per day, at least not every day."
How do I go about doing this (any info or links to guides would be very much appreciated)? It sounds like the easiest/safest method--I just bought a new laptop a week ago which I'm looking to upgrade with a 128 or 256GB SSD as soon as I find a good deal and make sure I'll know how to shift my Windows 8 and games onto it.
New feature: Upgrade system disk to a bigger one with one-click.
What's new in this version: Version 9.2.1 is compatible with Windows Operating System based on GPT drive and UEFI/EFI boot, especially for Windows 8
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