Migration to SSD is done; can I now wipe old HDD, use for storage?
Thanks to sage advice from helpful folks here, I’ve migrated everything from my old HDD to a Samsung EVO 850 SDD. Samsung’s migration tool worked flawlessly. Stoked about that.
New SSD is now my C: drive and I boot to it. My OS (Win 10) is there along with all my programs and everything else that was on the old HDD. All seems well. Want to use old HDD as just a storage device. Is it now safe to wipe it clean? Do I just go into Disc Management and reformat it?
Windows 10 x64 on a Dell/Intel i5, 500 Gig SSD, 32 gig RAM, Focusrite Scarlett 2i4, Sonar Professional, Melodyne 4 Assistant, Kurzweil SP-76 stage piano, Baldwin RP 100 digital upright, Novation Impulse 25, Breedlove Pursuit Concert Acous/Elec, Fender American Standard Tele, Fender G-DEC 30 modeling amp, Sigma DM-5 Acoustic, Ovation MCS148 Celebrity Acous/Elec. Mandolin, Roland V-Drums TD-11KV, AKG P220, Yamaha MG82CX mixer, KRK Rokit 6 Powered Monitors, PreSonus FaderPort