Sure, it's easy.
[optional] First cleaning up the old drive of apps you don't use, temp files, etc. is not a bad idea.
Poke the new drive into your PC.
Partition and quick format the new drive using Win7 Disk Management. Be sure NOT
to partition and format the old drive...that would be BAD!
Then you can either use the free transfer app provided by either SSD maker's tech support download page for your old or new drive. Or, use the free version of Macrium Reflect to rapidly clone the old drive to the new. Then I would shut down, disconnect the old drive for now, and make sure the new drive boots up and has everything present. At some point you can decide what to use the old drive for.http://pcsupport.about.com/od/windows7/ ... dows-7.htmhttp://www.maximumpc.com/how_clone_hard ... r_ssd_2014