Apr 25 2014
PC Migration Tool Laplink – PCmover Professional @laplink
 

Laplink PCmover Pro

Moving data from one computer to another is a very tedious job and can take days. Even after painstaking effort, we tend to miss some of our data and end up regretting it later. To put an end to this hassle Laplink’s PCmover Professional comes in handy.

PCmover can connect using various methods like a network (both wired and wireless), USB, and Easy Transfer cable. PCmover must be installed on both PCs to transfer data. The software transfers files, personal settings, and keeps your installed applications in pristine order by just reinstalling them on the new PC.

Since PCmover keeps your installed files intact, this tool is especially useful if you are migrating from Windows XP to Windows 7 or 8.

Most of the work is done on the source PC. After connecting to the destination PC, it allows the user to map the destination folder. PCmover successfully migrates your life from an old PC to a new one hassle-free. The software is made up of useful data migration tools, and Laplink also provides free transfer support and technical help 24/7. The transfer wizard is very user friendly, making this a great product for migration.

There are three migration options in PCmover: migration from an old PC to new a PC, in-place upgrade from an old OS to a new OS, and migration from an image created by the source PC on a removable drive.

While PCmover has many great features, it’s important to note that not all applications are compatible. Certain applications and hardware information will need to be transferred manually.

This is a great piece of software if you plan to upgrade or migrate to a new PC or OS. Just set it and forget it, and let PCmover do the rest.

Undergoing Transfer

PCmover System Requirements

Windows 8/7/XP/Media Center/2000

200 MB hard disk space.

Product Cost

$59.95 (Launch Price)

$50.95 (Present Price on the website.)


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