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Newegg via Ebay [ebay.com] has 1TB Samsung 860 EVO 2.5" Solid State Drive (MZ-76E1T0B/AM) for $99.99 + taxes where applicable. Shipping is free. Price reflected at checkout.

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If you have a drive that is smaller or the same size as this and a PC that can plug both drives in at once then Samsung's software let's you seamlessly copy your main drive to this one, unplug your old drive once it's done copying and you're good to go.
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Or simpler way is spend another 5 to 10 and buy a usb3 to sata cable to plug this drive in and clone before swapping out.
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Why even bother with dell bloatware?

Download the official Windows 10 media creation tool from Microsoft. Reinstall a clean version. Done.
way better than cloning, recovery images, etc.

Download Dell support and assist if you want to have Dell reinstall any dell specific drivers or firmwares. it also auto detects your service tag and model, no thought required. (Optional since Windows Update will pick up any drivers, but good if u like Dell software or need firmwares)

Run Windows update for everything else.

MS has pretty much made reinstall simple nowadays.
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What an age we live in..
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Three years ago this thing was more than triple the price. Well I think we had the 850 EVO at the time but still around a little over triple the price.
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Is installing one of these something any person with average tech skills can do themselves? Like the installation itself seems like it'd be easy for me....but what kind of confuses me is how to get my operating system etc onto the new drive. Asking for a new dell laptop.
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Is installing one of these something any person with average tech skills can do themselves? Like the installation itself seems like it'd be easy for me....but what kind of confuses me is how to get my operating system etc onto the new drive. Asking for a new dell laptop.
It's plug and play, but you may need a special screwdriver to open the case. Most likely a Torx T5.
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It's plug and play, but you may need a special screwdriver to open the case. Most likely a Torx T5.
It's not the hardware installation that I'm ignorant about.... it's the software transfer that I have not a clue about.
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It's not the hardware installation that I'm ignorant about.... it's the software transfer that I have not a clue about.
If you have a drive that is smaller or the same size as this and a PC that can plug both drives in at once then Samsung's software let's you seamlessly copy your main drive to this one, unplug your old drive once it's done copying and you're good to go.
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It's not the hardware installation that I'm ignorant about.... it's the software transfer that I have not a clue about.
Unless your laptop has room for 2 hard drives, your easiest bet is to clone your existing drive on a desktop computer. Macrium Reflect is free.
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Seems like limit 2
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Unless your laptop has room for 2 hard drives, your easiest bet is to clone your existing drive on a desktop computer. Macrium Reflect is free.
Ok will look into it. Thanks. Amazon asks 100$ for the service and I've upgraded ram before, but not a hard drive...so just trying to save some money. My dell 17 7000 is coming with a regular hard drive (I know I know, not ideal) , but I got a great deal on it and figured I could just upgrade for performance optimization....didn't think it through enough to realize that it's more complex than a ram upgrade.
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Unless your laptop has room for 2 hard drives, your easiest bet is to clone your existing drive on a desktop computer. Macrium Reflect is free.
Or simpler way is spend another 5 to 10 and buy a usb3 to sata cable to plug this drive in and clone before swapping out.
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Been hoping for a 2TB from Amazon at $200
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Ok will look into it. Thanks. Amazon asks 100$ for the service and I've upgraded ram before, but not a hard drive...so just trying to save some money. My dell 17 7000 is coming with a regular hard drive (I know I know, not ideal) , but I got a great deal on it and figured I could just upgrade for performance optimization....didn't think it through enough to realize that it's more complex than a ram upgrade.
Not sure if you've ever used an SSD. But if you havent, you are in for an eye opening experience.
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