You bought a new computer

and do not want to lose the files, settings and programs on the old PC.

I have used PC Mover Professional for over fifteen years, and it certainly makes life a lot easier migrating from an old PC to the new PC.
In my opinion Laplink PC Mover is the way to set up a new computer.**

PC Mover is user friendly. You simply purchase PCmover Professional or a version that best fits your need, and run PC Mover on both PCs.
You can choose between PC Mover's default settings, or fine tune the transfer using the advanced settings, and if you need assistance Laplink offers excellent tech support.

For persons who do not feel comfortable running PC Mover, or simply don't have the time to do it, I can help by doing that for you. And yes, I've even done it remotely.

One of the first and biggest drawbacks in buying a new computer is moving all your documents, pictures and files from your old computer to the new computer.
Doing this does not have to be a major undertaking or headache.

Second, how are you going to move all the settings you have on the old computer?
How are you going to get all your favorites and user settings from the old computer to the new computer?
PC Mover can move most settings from your old PC to the new PC, and then you're ready to enjoy your new computer.

Third, and a major drawback is having to buy, install or set up your software.
PCmover can move most software from your old computer to the new computer.

* Some applications may require re-entry of a license code or re-activation on the new PC. Certain system settings and applications may not be transferred due to their incompatibility with the operating system on the new PC.

** I would recommend PC Mover even if I was not an affiliate; as an affiliate, if you purchase PC Mover through my website I may receive a small commission on the sale.

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