Tips to switch from Microsoft Surface or other Windows 10 Tablets to iPad

iPad ranks among the most desired tablets in the market. iPad combines perfectly Apple’s unmistakable design with high-end techs. If you are planning to switch to an iPad from a Windows 10 running tablet like Microsoft Surface, there are chances that this could be a struggle.

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There are several methods you can use to move your files from your Windows tablet to your new iPad. In this tutorial, we will show you tips to switch from Microsoft Surface or other Windows 10 tablets to iPad.

How to switch from Microsoft Surface or other Windows 10 tablets to iPad

  1. Dropbox

Dropbox is undoubtedly one of the most used storage services in the world which allows you to sync your important files across multiple devices. The best part is that Dropbox has been on iPad for a while. This means that you now can easily transfer all of your most important files from your Windows tablet to your new iPad.

Note that you have installed Dropbox on both your iPad and Windows tablet before moving ahead.

  1. Emails, contacts and calendars

It is pretty simple to migrate all your emails, contacts and calendars to your new iPad. All you have to do is to use Apple’s default Mails, Contacts and Calendars sync to access your emails on your iPad.

With some simple steps, everything you have on your Windows tablet will be found on your iPad. Beside that, you can use the Microsoft Outlook app on your iPad to manage all your Outlook emails and calendars. All you have to do now is to head to the App Store, look for Microsoft Outlook app, install it and enjoy.

  1. iTunes

If you find cloud-syncing annoying, you can switch to the old-fashioned way of transferring your files, iTunes. Make sure that you have installed iTunes on your Windows tablet before moving ahead. iTunes on Windows may not be a great app, but it does a good job of synchronizing photos, contacts, calendar entries and even more stored on your PC.

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These are tips to switch from Microsoft Surface or other Windows 10 tablets to iPad, make sure that you follow along and share with us if you stumble upon any issues during the process in the comments below.

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