There are several easy ways to transfer your eBooks to another computer. The most time-consuming part of it will be waiting for them to transfer to the electronic device you're using to move them, but besides that waiting time, this should be a very simple process. Your two main options are using an iPod or other MP3 player, or burning the eBook to a series of CDs or a DVD. Having a basic knowledge of how to find and move files on your computer is all you'll need to transfer your eBooks.
Things You'll Need
- iTunes or other music player
- iPod or other MP3 device
- USB cable
Locate the eBook in iTunes or the equivalent music player on your computer.
Connect your iPod or MP3 player to your computer with the USB cable, which may have come with the player; if not you will need to purchase one.
Transfer the eBook to your MP3 player by clicking and dragging the file from its folder into the MP3 player's icon on your desktop or in your music player.
Take the MP3 player to the computer you want to transfer the eBook to; after you plug it in with the USB cable, click on the title of the eBook and drag the icon to the desktop or to the music player.
Burn the eBook to a CD if you do not have an MP3 player or, if it does not fit, onto a DVD, then copy it to the other computer from the disc.
Tips & Warnings
- Do not violate any copyright laws. If you have purchased the eBook, check to see how many computers it is authorized for. If it is open source, there are no limitations.
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