With support ending for Windows XP as we know it, the only options that you might have include upgrading to Windows 7 or 8 or even Linux. This also means that you might have to move your data, which might seem like a real headache. Actually, nothing can be further from the truth. That said, here are 4 ways to transfer data from Windows XP to a new PC: #1: Cloud-based Storage If you don’t want to spend any money on storage, then you can opt for cloud-based storage that is free of cost. Since there are a number of providers, you can put together almost 50 to 100 GB for all your data that you will have to upload. Of course, if you don’t have the patience of dealing with a number of accounts, you can pay a bit to get extra storage on a couple of these accounts. #2: Flash drive or external hard drive This is the simplest (and most common) method which doesn’t require you to download any software or even run through a particular set of steps to move data either. Plug your external hard drive or flash drive into your system and then transfer files. And while you won’t have to spend much to get external hard or flash drives, the only thing that you will have to deal with is manually selecting...Read More
Month: May 2014
- How to Effectively Game on an Apple Computer
- Effective cooling solutions for factories, warehouses, and small data centers.
- Predicting the Future of Digital Wallets and Their Impact on Consumerism
- The winners of 2017 Blavatnik National Awards for Young Scientists
- How Modern Technology Has Influenced Today’s Command Center Design