How to Transfer Files from one Computer to Another

Transferring file is one of the needed things when you buy a new computer. Most of us will have some of the most needed data such as official things, or family data and it goes on. You can’t leave these things so you need to know to transfer the data from one system to another. This article will give a keen knowledge about data transfer.

In data transfer the needed thing is the transfer speed, we can’t spend lot of time for transferring the data, so to make the data transfer a time efficient one, the below methods will help you a lot.

External storage:

Flash (or) pen drive is one of the mostly used external medium for data transfer. The size of the pen drive is small at the same time it is capable of storing a large amount of data, this makes it to go to the peak. Compared to other transferring techniques, it is mostly used in data transfer where we use a small amount of data to send. The main disadvantage here is the pen drive is very small so the chances of losing it very high.

Share through LAN:

This is another best method to follow, this will increase the speed and at the same time you can share a large amount of data. A single drawback in this method is that you must have some more knowledge to make the LAN connection. You can connect through Ethernet cable or you can use the wireless LAN which is a best method to follow.

Easy Transfer cable:

Here you have a cable that has both ends provided with a USB adaptor. Your job is to simply plug in the cable on the USB port on one system and the other end in another system, now the connection is ready to share the data. The speed of data transfer is normal here you can’t expect high data transfer rates.

Hard disk drive:

This is the best method to follow. It is somewhat tedious task but the data transfer rate is very high you can transfer giga bytes of data in few minutes, the knowledge you must have is to unplug the connections properly. Note what type of cable there using for the connections, there are mainly two types of cables SATA and IDE. Unplug it from the old system connect it to the new system using USB cable or the SATA or IDE whichever is needed and transfer the data. Here you can transfer directly from this hard disk to the other easily.

Follow any of the methods and transfer the data easily and at the same time quickly to the other system.

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About the Author: Justin Belden is a freelance web & graphic designer with over 15 years' experience. He is also an Avid member of the Design/Development community and a Serial Blogger who loves to help people by sharing interesting and informative tips and trick related to computer and technology.

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