I have a 1 TB HDD currently and I'll be buying a WD Blue 500 GB SN550 NVMe SSD by the end of this week. So, what I wanted was that I want to install my Windows 10 on my SSD and keep some games on it as well, so as I already have an HDD with everything already on it (OS, games etc) how should go about installing Windows 10 on my new SSD? Like I have an option in mind - My idea is that when I buy the SSD, I plug it in and remove the HDD. Boot up my PC using a bootable pendrive and install Windows 10 on my SSD and other applications as well (Like MS Office, Adobe etc) and then plug back my HDD and change the Boot Priority order in the BIOS so that it boots from the SSD only. So will this be ok or is there any neater way to get around this? Like maybe transferring everything on my C drive of HDD to my new SDD or something like that?