Transfering File To Ipad From Xp
Transferring files to an iPad from a Windows XP computer is not an impossible mission. You can even avoid using iTunes if you are not a fan of software that was designed especially for Mac use. So, if you are interested in discovering fast methods of transferring the information of interest from one device to the other, you should stick around and keep in mind my advices.
The first thing that you will have to do is physically connect the iPad to your computer using the USB cord that came along with it. You will see that once the iPad is physically connected to the computer in question, the XP operating system automatically recognizes the Apple tablet as camera. What you will have to do next is first of all dismiss the AutoPlay options by clicking the X button and then locate the device under the “scanners and Cameras” section that’s displayed under My Computer. All you will have to do to initiate future transfers is double-click the entry related to your iPad and manage the folders available within its memory as you wish.
If you want to use a specialized tool that offers more options, you should consider iPad to Computer Transfer. By using this app, you will be able to transfer to your iPad not only documents, but also videos, movies, audio books, voice memos, podcasts and any other type of file that you may be interested in. This tool is not only useful for transferring files between your iPad and a Windows XP computer, but also for backing up the content of your iPad and managing its content. What I also like about this tool is that it works not only with the iPad, but also with the iPod and the iPhone. The even better news is that you will be able to use this tool under Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7. The only downside is that for the privilege of using it, you will have to pay around $29.95.
Among the features that you will find most desirable about this professional tool is the possibility to backup any folder of your iPad, the possibility to have the software take care of tasks automatically and the possibility to filter your music fast and look for the information of your interest using keywords. You will also appreciate the fact that the app delivers two viewing modes and allows you to create playlists and add illustrations for videos in thumbnail mode.
Now you know that transferring files from your XP computer to your Apple iPad can be an easy task to complete if you know what tools to use.
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