logoGeek.com demonstrates an ultra-simple process to swap out your notebook drive for a bigger or faster one:

  1. Clone the old notebook drive with DiscWizard
  2. Remove the old drive from the notebook
  3. Install the new drive

Geek.com says it took them 30 minutes. 

If you do upgrade, don’t just think bigger – think faster too.  Your laptop probably has a 5400 rpm drive today.  Now much faster 7200 rpm drives – the same speed as most desktop PC drives – are readily available in the same capacities as 5400 rpm drives.

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