If you have the time, I would strongly recommend that you move your data
to your new machine and re-install your software. It's a perfect
opportunity to start with a pristine operating system rather than
re-introducing a bloated registry and other possible, potential hidden
problems. This is especially true if you install a lot of applications
and muck around with your system.
Larry Kost wrote:
> Any suggestions on moving to a new PC? Any experiences with XP's
> "File and Settings Transfer Wizard"? I have read of software called
> "Move Me" which claims to move files, settings and applications. A
> bit pricey at 39.95 but might be worth it if it really works. Anyone
> know anything about it or alternatives?
> Larry Kost
UVM Libraries Systems
University of Vermont