I started at a new job and my workstation has a Samsung Book X55 laptop. I'm not the first user, but the operating system seems to be clear (probably the last user had a reset to factory defaults). It runs Windows 11. The problem is that it is super slow, it takes minutes to do simple things such as open the Downloads folder.
I opened the Task Manager and the resource constraints were in the HD. Apparently, the operating system lies in the HD and not in the SSD.
How do I move Windows to the SSD drive without corrupting the system? Is there a safe way to do that?
Thank you for your answer @Ksmy89 . How do I get this fresh copy of Windows? The only one I have is the one that came with the computer.
Thank you for your suggestion @antikythera , but we don't have an IT department. My manager told me that any solution I could find would be fine.