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Download Windows Easy Transfer for transferring files from Windows XP to Windows 7

Windows Easy Transfer lets you transfer your documents, photos, music, e-mail, bookmarks, settings, and other files to a computer running Windows 7 from Windows XP.

As its name suggests, it is really easy to use, the screen information is enough for most users.

You can transfer your files via removable disks (USB flash drive or external hard disk), USB Easy Transfer Cable or Network connection.

The only pre-requisite is both computers must support the transfer method you choose. That is, if you choose to transfer data via network, both computers must be connected on the same network.

To transfer your data, run Easy Transfer on both computer and follow the screen instructions. You don’t need to install Easy Transfer on Windows 7, because it is already built into it.

Download Windows Easy Transfer.


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