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July 2, 2013



What is a side-by-side migration?

A) The migration occurs on the same computer, with each system using half of the display

B) The migration is done in real-time with computers that are sitting next to each other

C) Data is exported, the system is rebuilt with the new system, and the original data is imported

D) The application data is exported to one system, and the user data is exported to a different system

E) The shipping box for one PC has to be placed next to the shipping box of another computer. And then they have to kiss.


The answer: B) The migration is done in real-time with computers that are sitting next to each other

A side-by-side migration is often performed when you’re moving from one physical computer to the other and you have access to both systems at the same time.

Want to know more? Watch “Windows Migration Tools.”

When it’s time to upgrade your PC, you’ll need an easy way to migrate your documents and applications to a new computer. In this video, you’ll learn about different techniques for migrating from one Windows OS version to another.

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