What is the best and fastest way to transfer photos from one Windows computer to another?

D turner November 18, 2011

What is the best and fastest way to transfer photos from one Windows computer to another?

  1. Anonymous
    November 19, 2011 at 8:50 am
    • Mjevolve
      November 19, 2011 at 1:04 am

      nice list Fidelis ..

      just to mention , that the file syncing services like the Tonido and others will work quicker and at amazing speeds , esp if you connect the computers over the same local network or the home group network ...  ;)

  2. Jay
    November 18, 2011 at 10:15 pm

    connect them in LAN, so you will copy it directly from your folder to the folder of another pc.

    if possible add a shortcut of a send to menu of the folder on the another computer.
    i have never tried it, but i think it is possible to add it to send to.

    go to start menu > run >type: sendto >paste the folder shortcut file into this folder.

    now you just have to right click and send to the folder on another pc.

    this is the fastest of all possible options according to me.

  3. Mjevolve
    November 18, 2011 at 9:45 pm

    hello .
    >connect both your computers to the same network , via wifi or ethernet irrespective .
    >and assign both of them to the home group of computers .
    >enable media sharing on both , esp on the one from where the data needs to be transferred . 
    >now you can easily transfer files from one to other at pretty good speeds , than the conventional methods .

    this is a layout of how it will work .

    if you can tell your OS, i can try giving you the step by step instructions on how to enable it .

    >other way is if both your computer have eSata port and you have an external hdd also with an eSata port . with this set up you can transfer data at a max rate of 3Gb/s and thats fast .

    >usb3.0 is also quite fast . but then again only if the hardware is there .

  4. Mulder
    November 18, 2011 at 9:28 pm

    1. Email them from one of your email addresses to another, and retrieve the email using the computer you want them transferred to.

    2. Copy them to a flash drive, then copy from the flash drive to the other computer.

    3. Use a service such as DropBox or other offline storage and copy from there onto the other computer.

    4. Copy the photos to a CD-RW, then copy from the CD to the other computer.

    Pick the one that works best for you.

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