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Just got a new SSD. It's a Samsung EVO 750 (120 GB). It's MBR. I have 3 operating systems in my HDD (1 TB) which is GPT (and has a loooot of partitions). One is the pre-installed Windows that came along with my laptop, I use it only for Photoshop now. The other two are Linux OSes. I am trying to create partitions in the SSD to have Ubuntu installed in one and the other have some Windows apps that need an SSD, only those apps and not the OS itself.
Ubuntu has too many settings and configs which I can't afford to lose or create again. So my best option is to clone the Ubuntu partition to one of the SSD partitions and leave the other partition as an NTFS for Windows to access.
How do I go on about it? I have checked the internet, but I seem to be lost.