How to transfer files from Windows XP to new system
After Microsoft no longer offering the officially support for Windows XP on April 8, 2014, lots Windows XP holders want to switch to a new system like Windows 7 or Windows 8. But before switching, lots of them donâ€™t know how to transfer their important files, especially the longtime accumulating of important files like the email, browserâ€™s favorites and settings, Skype chat data, downloads, desktop files, Office documents, pictures, music and videos.
Now follow the steps below could help files transferring eased and portable.
1. Download PCtransfer below in Windows XP, click the icon to direct run it without installation.
2. PCtransfer will automatically identify transferable data in the Backup section, then check the size of selected backup file, and then choose a disk that would not be formatted to save the backup files. And then click the â€œBackupâ€ to finish.
3. After upgrading your system, go to the disk (no formatted), like the â€œFâ€ mentioned in above image to find the PCtransfer, open it and then all your backup files will be restored to the original path after clicking the button â€œRestoreâ€.
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