Ok I have an HP prebuilt and I ordered and M.2 SSD that is compatible with my motherboard. I want to do a fresh installation of Windows 10 on the New SSD. I don’t want to clone. My boot drive right now is a HDD and that is the drive Windows is installed on. I noticed that this HDD is causing my games to stutter and have random fps drops since its my only internal drive and its the drive windows is installed on. I have all my games on an external SSD and the games still use the Drive Windows on aka the Slow HDD. That is the big reason I want to do a fresh install of windows 10 on the new SSD. Also I want my windows to be way faster and I can use my CPU and GPU at it’s full advantage without any stuttering issue and load apps fast and boot fast. Is it possible for me to do a fresh install of windows 10 on a HP prebuilt? If so can you tell me how?
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