I have been building my PC, kinda aimlessly buying parts and watching video tutorials to put it all together. It has worked great, and I can run basically any game now on good graphics, but my Hard Drive that I originally got is almost full, it is only 1TB. So I bought a 8TB one, and then it wasn't until I got it that I found out that Windows 10 can only support 2TB Hard Drives unless I initialize it using GUID partition table or something. I have no clue what that means, but I did that. And my new Hard Drive is in the PC, and works and I can move stuff into it. I was wondering though, if I could just copy everything, including Windows from my 1TB Hard Drive onto my 8TB one, then take the 1TB out and put the 8TB one in the driver slot #1 and if then my PC would work the exact same as it did before, but I would just have 7TB more. And if this is not something I can do relatively easily, is there any way I could at least move the majority of my files over to the 8TB one, like the program files for example. I'm basically open to anything, but I do like my files all organized and I don't particularly want to start saving new games and stuff into different areas on a different hard drive, so if it is possible for me to move basically everything over to the 8TB one, that would be perfect. If there are any easier solutions though, again, I am open to it.