Windows 10: Can I refresh Windows, and then have the new install on a separate dri

Discus and support Can I refresh Windows, and then have the new install on a separate dri in Windows 10 Support to solve the problem; HI all, So what I'm planning to do is upgrade my rig with an SSD, but I don't really want to lose my files. Is there a way to refresh Windows, and have... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Support' started by galactose, Jul 30, 2015.

  1. galactose Win User

    Can I refresh Windows, and then have the new install on a separate dri


    HI all, So what I'm planning to do is upgrade my rig with an SSD, but I don't really want to lose my files. Is there a way to refresh Windows, and have the "refreshed" install and my files on a separate drive than what Windows was originally installed on?

    :)
     
    galactose, Jul 30, 2015
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  2. Can I, the admin. get a separate password then the one used to access the web, to obtain my email so other family members cannot access it? ( without opening separate accounts for everyone)

    *Original TItle: outlook

    Can I, the admin. get a separate password then the one used to access the web, to obtain my email so other family members cannot access it? ( without opening separate accounts for everyone)
     
    Pinkie Tuskedero, Jul 30, 2015
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  3. Can I, the admin. get a separate password then the one used to access the web, to obtain my email so other family members cannot access it? ( without opening separate accounts for everyone)

    If you're talking about web access to Outlook.com then the only way to do that is to tell your web browser not to remember your password.

    If you're talking about the Windows 10 Mail app, then no you can't.
     
    JohnSmith531, Jul 30, 2015
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  4. Hydranix Win User

    Can I refresh Windows, and then have the new install on a separate dri

    No you can't do exactly that.

    You can however transfer your data over to the new drive. It's pretty simple of a procedure.

    Do you want to do that?
     
    Hydranix, Jul 30, 2015
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  5. galactose Win User
    Yes, I could do that, is this a good software for it? http://www.paragon-software.com/tech...ate-OS-to-SSD/
     
    galactose, Apr 4, 2018
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