I have a fairly new system, with an M.2 drive as my boot drive (C). I have an additional unused M.2 slot. As of now, my D drive (where I have a good number of programs installed) is a standard spinning platter hard drive on SATA channel 0. I want to get an M.2 drive for my second drive. Now, in the old days, I'd copy the old drive to the new, swap the drive letters around, reboot and boom. Is it still as easy in Windows 10, or is there some other way it identifies it's drives based on hardware ID or some such thing?