Windows XP’s official extended support life cycle ends in April 8, 2014, a few days from today. If you are one of those who are still using XP, time to move on. Before you actually do so, please start backing up all you data on your XP system so you can restore them later onto your new shiny Windows 7 or 8 computer.
IObit recently released a tool called PCtransfer that can help you do a safe and thorough data transfer between XP and Windows 7 or 8 computers. It is a free, light, and portable data transfer tool that provides users with an easy and secure way to backup and restore data with one click. PCtransfer especially supports bookmarks and favorites backup on Internet Explorer 6 and 7, and also allows user to quickly select and backup the third-party programs and settings.
Download the tool here from this direct download link – http://download.iobit.com/pctransfer.exe – and start your data transfer process.
Check out the screenshot gallery below to see how it works.
It’s worth noting that PCtransfer is a great tool that not only helps user to transfer data from Windows XP system to new systems but also provide assistance to users for moving data to a new PC. Meaning that if you are using Windows 7 or 8 and are considering moving to another computer, you can use PCtransfer help you move all the data over.
Again, PCtransfer is free, portable, and works on most of Windows systems, from XP all the way up to Windows 8 and 8.1. Both 32-bit and 64-bit editions are supported.
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Last updated: 08/04/2014