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The end of support for Windows XP is now less than a week away! If you’re still running Windows XP on April 8th, you’ll see an end to technical support, hot-fixes, and security updates for your PC, leaving your data vulnerable to hackers and malware. No matter how you want to move off of Windows XP, Laplink can help you move quickly without losing your programs, files, and settings.
Windows Easy Transfer – Severely Deprecated Windows Easy Transfer was a free, go-to tool for many Microsoft users looking to upgrade. However, support for Windows Easy Transfer has been deprecated significantly in favor of cloud solutions. Windows Easy Transfer doesn’t support upgrades from 32-bit systems to 64-bit systems, which is a problem since most XP machines run on 32-bit and newer PCs are 64-bit.
Windows 7 – No Direct Upgrades There is no direct upgrade solution from Microsoft to go from Windows XP to Windows 7. You can manually move using external media but requires extensive time and effort to transfer only your files and settings to an external storage device, then transfer that data again to your new PC.
Windows 8 – Keep Only Files A partial in-place upgrade is supported by Microsoft. The upgrade process will automatically restore your personal files from Windows XP to Windows 8, but leaves behind personalized settings and applications. This will require you to spend hours, or even days, getting your new PC or operating system to look and feel like your old one.
Windows 8.1 – Complicated Upgrade Process Microsoft stores your personal files in a windows.old folder and allows you to restore them after upgrading, but the process isn’t readily available or clear. It requires you to use a Windows 8.1 DVD to perform a clean installation, meaning you won’t be able to keep any files, settings, or programs automatically. If you choose the “Keep nothing” option, your personal files are temporarily saved to the windows.old folder for 28 days, where you can retrieve them manually or use a troubleshooter.
Laplink’s Solution – PCmover, the ONLY software that moves programs, files, and settings to a new PC.
Available in several editions, PCmover automatically moves all selected programs, files, and settings installed and ready to use on your new PC or operating system. PCmover supports moving from 32-bit to 64-bit and comes with 24/7 Free Transfer Assistance from Laplink’s certified migration experts. Just call the toll-free number, and the expert will guide you through the migration process over the phone or remotely at no additional cost.
Moving to a New PC PCmover Professional is the best solution for moving off of Windows XP. Will full selectivity and advanced options, data can be transferred over a wired or wireless network, using a Laplink USB cable, or using a Laplink high-speed Ethernet cable.
Microsoft also provides a free solution for anyone on XP moving to a new Windows 7, 8, or 8.1 PC called PCmover Express for Windows XP that only moves files and settings. More information is available at www.WindowsXP.com.
Small Business and Enterprise Solutions PCmover Enterprise is the only comprehensive solution that allows your company’s IT department to manage all types of migrations, even for unmanaged PCs. PCmover Enterprise comes with a Policy Manager that allows you to automate large-scale migration projects, as well as VIP technical support at no additional cost. Read more about Laplink’s business solutions here.
Don’t wait until it’s too late! Move years’ worth of data, settings, and applications off of Windows XP before you become vulnerable.
As Chairman of the Board and CEO of Laplink, Thomas guides the company’s strategic direction. Prior to joining Laplink in 2003, Thomas was Chairman of the Board for Infowave, where he was involved in interfacing with global business and financial communities. Thomas also served as Infowave’s Chief Executive Officer from February 2001 to April 2002. Prior to joining Infowave, Thomas worked at Microsoft for more than 13 years. He was Corporate Vice President of Microsoft’s Network Solutions Group where he was responsible for Microsoft’s worldwide business with telecommunication companies. Thomas was instrumental in developing Microsoft’s vision for the communications industry and led the development of strategic partnerships in mobility, broadband and hosting. Previously, he was General...