Part 1. How Much Space does Windows 10 Take up in Hard Disk and SSD?
1. How Much Space does Windows 10 Installation Take up?
CPU: 1GHz or faster processor
Memory: 1GB (for 32-bit) or 2GB (for 64-bit)
Hard disk space: 16GB (for 32-bit system) or 20GB (for 64-bit system)
GPU: DirectX 9 or later versions with WDDM 1.0 driver
Official Recommended Disk Space for Windows 10: 20GB or more (for 32-bit), 40GB or more (for 64-bit).
2. How Much Space does Windows 10 System Update Take up?
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3. Different System Disk Capacity for Different Users
Recommended system disk space
|Set Top Box||30G|
|Office routine + multi-media production||80~100G|
Part 2. How to Transfer Windows 10 to SSD
How to transfer system to SSD?
Usually, most of us will install a whole new system to SSD. Then you will need to reinstall all necessary software, set the system configurations and transfer data from original disk after reinstalling the system. If you want to make it easier, a system transfer tool can help you skip these steps and save your time! Renee Becca is a smart choice!
1. The capacity of the SSD must be equal to or larger than the size of the system.
2. Once system migration processed, all data inside the SSD will be erased. Please backup the SSD if you have important data inside.
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