Question Swapping Internal Drives and Changing 1 to an External Drive

Complexic_1

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I'm getting a 1 TB internal SSD and I want to replace one of the Internal drives in my PC.

Right now my computer is running a 125 GB SSD as the main drive and I have a 1 TB HDD as a second internal drive. I don't really want 3 internal drives so I wanted to replace the HDD with the new SSD and make the HDD an external drive using an enclosure. I don't really now how to swap out the two SSDs (kind of afraid to touch it TBH) so I just want to know if there is a way to swap the two SSD or if swapping the HDD is the easier option? And also whether or not I have to clear/format the HDD if I wanted to turn it into an external drive?
 

Complexic_1

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Your current C drive is too small and too full.

I would consider a clone from your current C drive to the new 1TB SSD.
Then, ditch the little Disk 1 (the current C).

Or, copy or clone from the F (HDD) to the new SSD.
But still that C drive needs more free space.
Appreciate the response, I think I'll do this.
 

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