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Windows 7: Filre transfer cables - seriously, which one is better

15 Nov 2009   #1
FredtheBlackLab

Windows 7
 
 
Filre transfer cables - seriously, which one is better

I've seen & used the Belkin file transfer cable for Windows 7. It worked fine.

Targus has one which is decently priced at some places...

Laplink is the daddy of all of these and I used it for years when I was working.

I've since 'retired' and am doin other things. I swore I'd never touch another PC ever again. I lied.

What are others opinions on these products?


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15 Nov 2009   #2
zigzag3143

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by FredtheBlackLab View Post
I've seen & used the Belkin file transfer cable for Windows 7. It worked fine.

Targus has one which is decently priced at some places...

Laplink is the daddy of all of these and I used it for years when I was working.

I've since 'retired' and am doin other things. I swore I'd never touch another PC ever again. I lied.

What are others opinions on these products?
hi and welcome

For transfering files between what and what?
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