What Is The Need For Windows 7 Transfer To New Computerutility

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Another new scheme initiated by Microsoft, what was that? Yes! It was Windows 7 Transfer to New Computer Utility. Read the brief note explaining how the offer worked?

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What Is The Need For Windows 7 Transfer To New Computerutility

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The new utility scheme accessible in Windows 7 transfer to new computer worked really very well. This enables you to transfer the old setting, files or documents, and applications from one Windows version to a new computer say Win XP to Win 7 version. After you install new software, you need to copy all the browser favorites, applications, documents, of the older version to another one.

Happily, this offer lets you to shift all those stuff you need to the other location. The latest version comes with lots new features, making it user friendly. You can use the cable for easy transfer connecting from one system to other.

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What Is The Need For Windows 7 Transfer To New Computerutility

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I think you are referring to the Windows Easy Transfer tool. This utility is a specialized file transfer application developed by Microsoft that allows users to transfer settings and personal files from a computer with an older operating system into a computer with a newer operating system. This utility was introduced in Microsoft Windows Vista and was included in Window 7, Windows 8, and Windows 8.1.

This utility substitutes the “Files and Settings Transfer Wizard” utility in Microsoft Windows XP and provides limited migration services for Windows XP Service Pack 2 and Windows 2000 Service Pack 4. The Windows Easy Transfer utility is designed to transfer most settings and files only. It doesn’t transfer applications.

It was discontinued in Microsoft Windows 10 and got replaced by PCmover Express as an alternative wherein Microsoft partnered with Laplink to provide a free version of this application for a limited time only. Users can then upgrade to the paid version, PCmover Professional, which has the ability to transfer applications. If you want to know how to use it, visit Transfer from Windows XP to Windows 8.

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