I am about to do that popular replacement of a SSD by a larger SSD, via cloning so as to avoid re-installing Windows 10. How do I make sure that the target SSD is also bootable?
edit: I am only getting the laptop next week, so I cannot test this now.
I am thinking about using the old faithful softwares, GParted. Or Minitool Partion Wizard. Could I even use the native Windows software DISKMGMT.MSC ?? (And please realize that advising to use Linux commands, is not different from this).
Are those still up to date, or are they too old to handle Windows 10? Because I think Win10 uses GPT partitioning instead of normal (BIOS?) stuff.
Not sure if that is even relevant, because the new SSD is gonna be used on the same laptop, but yeah, it might be that older software doesn't copy the MBR or what passes for the MBR in GPT/UEFI disks.
Apologies if this has been asked before, please point me to that question.