How to Transfer Music From a PC to a Mac

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Transferring music to a Mac from a PC can be accomplished in a number of ways, but the simplest way is to use a flash drive or external hard drive. Use a memory card and a car reader to transfer music from a PC to a Mac with help from a Web designer in this free video on computer troubleshooting and tech support.

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Hi, I'm Noah and I'm going to show you how to transfer music from a PC to a Mac. You can do this through a lot of different ways, but the most simple is probably just to use a flash drive, like this one. Besides using a flash drive, you can also use an external hard drive, like this. This is especially a good solution if you have a lot of music to transfer and it might not fit on any other support. Finally, you can also use a memory card and a card reader, which is a kind of similar solution to using a flash drive. And if that's not the best solution for you, you can also simply use a CD or DVD to burn your music onto, and then you can copy it from the CD or DVD onto your Mac. This can also be a good solution because not only do you copy it from your PC to your Mac, but you also have a backup copy on CD or DVD as well, which you could play in a classic CD player, for example. The one thing is that you'll want to make sure that if you're using a flash drive or an external hard drive that it's compatible with a Macintosh first. This is very easy to check on the manufacturer's website or simply by plugging it in and trying it out. Also, you'll want to make sure that your music files are in a format that's supported by i-Tunes, which is the default music player on a Mac.


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