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First off, since currently SSD drives are pretty inexpensive, why not upgrade to a larger drive instead of a smaller drive? Your disk is full and you're downsizing the disk? Also, an SSD will do good things for the overall speed, paging to virtual memory will be much faster with the SSD.

After installing the larger SSD, I'd reinstall Windows with a fresh install, many times that cures a lot of ills!

As long as it's in the budget, adding another 8GB of RAM sure won't hurt.
 
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