This is my 3rd ADATA SSD. It was easy to install, was immediately recognized by Windows 10, and performs as expected. This time I chose ADATA over some other brands because it said it had free data migration software. That may be true, I don't know. The process one must go through to download is bizarre. You must provide proof of purchase, which I didn't mind because I downloaded my Amazon receipt. That's not good enough. They won't accept a .pdf or any kind of document. It has to be a photo of the receipt. I didn't feel like taking a picture of my receipt, then transferring it from my phone to my computer just so I could upload it. I downloaded the free version of EaseUS instead, and moments later this SSD became my new fully functional C: drive. I found the process to obtain the 'free' migration software to be unnecessary and burdensome. So, if you're looking for a solid SSD at a low price, this will do nicely. If you're looking for an SSD with free migration software that you can actually use, you may want to look elsewhere.