I have been using Windows 10 for several years now. The desktop system I am running on is a “legacy” system that is about fifteen years old. With the never ending continuous migrations of the windows OS I have decided to “upgrade my system to Windows 11 Home. My question is:
What is the best/easiest way to move my legacy (Win 10) files from my old PC over to the new Windows 11 system?
footnote – I do have a Win 11 laptop that I bought last year and I have discovered the many differences in the file system structure ( and the very RESTRIED things I can do under it! )
Looking for suggestions, advice and warnings if you like.
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