Sean has four hard drives on his computer. He then removed all the bloatware by reinstalling Windows. But now he has a full SSD and wants to know how to migrate all his settings, bookmarks, temp files, etc. to a larger drive. How can he do that? Leo says it's nontrivial to do this. The key is to make a perfect copy of his home directory. The problem is his Windows Registry. He can't just move that over. Settings for programs and logins are stored there, and he will lose those.
Windows Backup is a disk imaging app that will allow him to make a disc image and then restore it to the larger drive. It's built into Windows. Other imaging options include:
Laplink PC Mover Express is a $45 program, and Laplink is very experienced in this.