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When purchasing a new computer one of the most frustrating experiences is moving existing data to the new computer from the older one In the past when you wanted to transfer data you had to copy the data via a network store it onto a DVDCDFloppy and then copy it back onto the new PC or physically take the hard drive out of the old machine and install it into the new machine The main problem using these methods was that you could only move files such as documents pictures movies saved games etc E-mail could be moved but was a difficult and tedious process Moving settings and program configurations on the other hand was not possible except for the experts and you had to reconfigure each of the applications on the new computer Windows Vista changes all this with a new bundled application called windows easy transfer that can easily migrate data from Windows XP SP2 Windows 2000 SP4 windows Vista Windows 7 and Windows 8 operating systems It is important to note that though you can transfer data from Windows 2000 you cannot transfer settingsWindows Easy Transfer is a program that comes bundled with Windows Vista Windows 7 and Windows 8 and when run scans our computer fordata and settingsthat you can transfer to your new computer This migration can be done via a myriad of methods including USB flash drives DVDs a network or by using a new product called aneasy transfer cable What makes this program so powerful and easy to use is that it is wizard driven so you just answer questions all you have to do is make sure all of your data was properly selected and then press a button to start the transferUsing windows easy transfer allows you to migrate most files and program settings The types of data and settings that can be moved are files and Folders which are Any files found in your My
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