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"I want to format my SSD but KEEP everything except the OS Win10", I'm fully upgrading my PC, and by that I mean I am replacing everything except for my hard drives and PSU. I'd like to format my SSD and do a clean install of Windows onto it when it's in the new PC. As far as I know I should be able to do that without having to buy a new copy of Windows as my copy is attached to my Microsoft Account. If not... I'll buy a new copy I guess. Hopefully I won't have to, but it's not something I won't stomach for this new PC to become a reality. Anyway, there is a bunch of other shiton my SSD along with the OS. What I want to do is move all of that stuff onto my HDD (which has more than enough space to hold all of it) and leave ONLY the OS on the SSD, so that I can format it, then do a clean install (from a USB) after I put it in the new PC. I guess I'm asking if this is at all possible and whether I will have to use some kind of backup program and then restore the files on the new PC or if I can just copy stuff from the SSD to the HDD manually while leaving the OS alone, and in that case which folders should I not touch? I understand this seems like a simple problem, but I'm really worried about just moving a bunch of stuff and having it not work properly, or moving stuff I shouldn't, or doing something like moving the drivers for my current GPU (is that even possible??) and having them around where I don't need them. I'm sure you can tell, I'm just very inexperienced and while I can confidently build a PC, all this software and disk management stuff leaves me lost in the woods. Any help would be super appreciated! I'll be happy to provide any more information needed.

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There are more than 80% people in this world who are using Windows systems. Yes, Windows systems are really powerful and easy to use. It sets nearly all default settings for users, so people don't need to set them one by one. Here comes a big problem: among these users, most of them don't know how to change Windows settings to meet their own special requirements.Reinstalling Windows may not lead to permanent data loss. Lost files can be recovered with data recovery software unless the lost files are overwritten. If you want to recover lost files after reinstalling Windows, please stop using the hard disk and make sure you do not save any data to the hard disk, as this would cause data to be overwritten and permanent data loss. Once the data is overwritten, it is little chance to recover lost files after reinstalling Windows by any data recovery software.