I have come across several programs like Zinstall (zinstall.com) that claim to install everything. The following is copied from their website:
- Files, such documents, pictures, music, pictures and emails
- Settings, such as user profiles, emails, accounts, passwords, favorites, bookmarks, wallpaper and other personalization
- Programs, such as transferring Microsoft Office, Adobe Photoshop, Quickbooks, TurboTax, Firefox, Chrome, and other programs
Since they charge $129 for their program I want to be sure I won't have problems if I use it.
I have an older pc running Windows 10. Unfortunately, its processor is not capable of running Windows 11. I plan to get a new pc running Windows 11. Will I have to reinstall all my apps, profiles and other information from my old computer or is there a way to transfer all of the information over to the new computer? If there is, what do you recommend?
Well! Usually when you upgrade to a new computer with a newer operatingsystem you really like to install the newest versions of all programs and games.. + that you really need to install newer drivers for Windows 11 for your peripherals..
If you sign into the new PC with the same Microsoft account that you used for your old PC, you may opt to "Verify" that PC
and thus you get all saved passwords, all settings, favorites etc. automatically synced to your New PC.
If you have used OneDrive on your old PC the files, documents, Photos etc. stored in there will also be transferred to your new PC..
If Not then you may connect to your old PC via the network and pick the files you want from your old PC and transfer these to your new PC..
(check out the section of: LEARN HOW EASY IT IS TO SHARE FILES WITHIN YOUR HOME NETWORK!
on: Tips & Trix
for more detailed information)
All You need to do is to install the latest version of all software, preferable from the manufacturers website and use the same license-key to register these..
Doing This will make your new Pc function so much better...