How to transfer your iphone and ipad photos to windows 10
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Windows is the most popular desktop operating system in the world, which means that there are lots of people who use both Windows 10 on a PC and an iPhone or iPad. Today's Microsoft is accommodating to most platforms, so regardless of your preference, they've got solutions for you.In this guide we're specifically looking at how to get your photos from your iPhone or iPad over to your Windows 10 computer.

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Overview

Overview

  • Windows is the most popular desktop operating system in the world

  • There are lots of people who use both Windows 10 on a PC and an

    iPhone or iPad.

  • Today's Microsoft is accommodating to most platforms, so regardless of your preference, they've got solutions for you.

  • In this guide we're specifically looking at how to get your photos from your iPhone or iPad over to your Windows 10 computer.


How to transfer your iphone and ipad photos to windows 10

Import all photos using Phone Companion app


How to transfer your iphone and ipad photos to windows 10

  • The Phone Companion app is new from Microsoft for Windows 10. Much of it is geared at helping Windows users on iPhone, iPad or Android find their way with Microsoft services on each respective platform. What the Phone Companion app can also do is help you to quickly import your entire photo library from your phone to your computer.

  • Plug your iPhone or iPad in to your Windows 10 machine using the regular microUSB cable. If the Phone Companion app doesn't launch, go into the Start Menu and select it. When it opens you'll see the screen above, with some Microsoft apps and services above some information about your phone. For what we want here you'll need to seek out the "Import photos and videos into the Photos app" option highlighted.


2 using file explorer

2. Using File Explorer


How to transfer your iphone and ipad photos to windows 10

  • If you don't want to do a blanket import (or, even if you do) there's File Explorer at your disposal. Unlike with Android phones, for example, the iPhone doesn't allow you to access anything but your photos through File Explorer. As such finding what you want is incredibly easy.

  • You can either open File Explorer and find your iPhone listed under "Devices and drives" or by clicking "Transfer other files" in the Phone Companion app. In this case, there are no other files. Once you've clicked on your iPhone you'll see the "DCIM" folder that houses all your photos.


3 using the cloud

3. Using the cloud


How to transfer your iphone and ipad photos to windows 10

  • The great thing about Windows 10 is that there will be a solution for most people even if Microsoft isn't the direct supplier of it. The cloud is one of these situations. One Drive is baked into Windows 10 but you can just as easily use other alternatives, like Dropbox, or Apple's own iCloud, for example.

  • What's also great about each of these services is that your photos can upload to the cloud in the background and then, providing you're syncing those folders to your PC, they'll just appear. Like magic.


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