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How to Transfer Data from Mac to Windows

Despite Windows and Mac being well-equipped operating system in itself, they aren’t compatible to each other. Let’s say, there isn’t any easy way out to transfer files from either of these computers. Many of you might be e-mailing files to yourself from one computer and restoring them onto other via that mail. Certainly, this is one hack to use when things aren’t falling on place.
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