Migrate PCs with minimal hassle with these $25 tools

Get the preferred PC migration software of Microsoft and Intel, plus additional security resources to backup and erase data when needed.

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While major companies have pushed the return to in-person work back to 2022, the same can’t be said for all businesses. Many organizations are going against the grain, having their employees return and using the opportunity to change office spaces, update networks, migrate machines and much more.

Those who work in IT for one of these businesses intimately know how dreadful it is to migrate an armada of PCs to new systems without losing significant work time. If your company plans to do the same, now is a good time to invest in the PC Transfer Kit Bundle, which features PCmover Professional, DiskImage and SafeErase for $35, nearly $100 off.

This three-part bundle is designed to make moving PCs easier than ever. It's headlined by PCmover Professional, the only software recommended by Microsoft, Intel, and all major PC manufacturers to transfer entire systems from one computer to another. Rated four out of five stars on Amazon with over 2,000 reviews, this tool gives organizations migration options that reduce the amount of time it takes to deploy PCs while lowering the cost of PC refresh projects. A single serial number is valid for up to five uses, giving your team the flexibility and convenience it needs when updating and migrating computers in the future.

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Beyond PCmover, you'll also get additional security with non-expiring licenses to DiskImage and SafeErase. The former protects your PC by providing you with a perfect copy of all your applications, files, and settings. If anything goes array in the migration process, you can quickly and easily restore your PC and recover damaged or lost files. On the other hand, SafeErase uses government-recommended protocols to completely shred sensitive files and information that you don't want falling into the wrong hands.

Migrating PC systems doesn’t have to be difficult. Right now, you can get the PC Transfer Kit Bundle for $35, or 73 percent off.

Prices subject to change.

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