Because you did a drive clone (partition table and all), all the unallocated space is at the end of the drive. Since partitions need to be contiguous (in MBR and GPT at least). Your issue (based on the screenshots) is that you have two additional partitions at the end of the drive. Without using a dynamic disk you won't be able to expand into this space. Since this drive is a clone of your first drive you should be safe to play about a bit so I will suggest some possible ways to move the partitions to the end of this space.
Disclaimer: Do not run any of these while running on the OS that is on your new SSD. I do not take responsibility for any loss of data that could occur.
'Move' partition in Windows
If you want to do this in Windows, what I would try to do is:
- Expand the recovery partition to the end of the drive using all unallocated space
- Shrink the partition towards the end to at least its original size
- Do the same for the other recovery partition.
- You should now have unallocated space directly after your to be C: partition. Expand the partition and now it should allow you to expand into this space.
I don't really use Windows so if there is a less hacky way of doing this in windows or a Windows tool I would be happy for the suggestion.
GParted Live CD
Alternatively, I would actually recommend using a live cd with the gparted tool on it as gparted supports offline partition moving where doing it in disk management for windows as described above, it's a little bit hacky and you may get problems if it doesn't want to shrink from the beginning.
Move when you clone
Depending on your cloning software though, there may have actually been a way to clone those last two partitions to the end of the drive at that stage. Have a look, I will update if I get a chance to look for one that would support this.
Additional comment about cloning Windows
One side not about cloned drives: In windows, if there is a mapping in the Windows registry for the UUID of your new SSD you may not be able to boot as Windows bootloader will think of that drive as "D:" for example, so when it's looking for C:\Windows it won't know where to look. I will add a link for how to fix this at some point, but its common on cloned windows drives so google for the fix.