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IObit PCtransfer Makes Transferring Files and Settings from One PC to Another Easy

PCtransfer is a new tool from IObit that lets you backup and restore your important documents, browser bookmarks and settings, email messages and contacts, Skype chat records, third-party programs and settings, photos, videos or any file you wish just with a click. This portable tool is perfect for transferring files from a PC to a new installation.

PCtransfer (currently beta) is extremely simple in design and easy to use. This portable tool supports Windows 8, 7 and XP and you can use it to transfer files, settings, browser bookmarks and programs securely to a new Windows PC. It supports Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox and Opera browsers.

 To use this tool, just run it (no installation needed), select what to back up (click the down arrow to see details about the file), or manually add files that you want to back up, and select a backup location (preferably a USB drive) and click “Backup” button.

You can easily restore your backed up data with one click and use them in the new system just as before. To do so, select “Restore” tab and click “Restore” button to restore your backups.

PCtransfer can be downloaded from here.


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