Can I transfer books from my Kindle to my computer is your question. The answer to that question is Yes! You absolutely can transfer them and it is a great way to back up your books incase your Kindle was ever to go down or quit working. In this guide, I am going to show you how to transfer books from your Kindle to your computer.
The first thing you will need to do is create a new folder on your desktop. Name the folder “Kindle Books” or something like that. Name it something that you will recognize and know that your books are in that folder.
Once you have created the folder, you will need to hook your Kindle to your computer. To do this, you will need to use your USB cable. Plug the cable to your Kindle and then plug it into one of the USB slots on your computer.
Give it a second and it should pop up a box asking what you want to do. If that happens, select the Open Folder option. If this doesn’t pop up, you will need to go to your My Computer folder and select the Kindle. Then you can open the folder
Once the folder is opened, you will need to locate the Documents folder and open it by double clicking it. When this folder is opened, you will see all of the books that you have on your Kindle. This is where your transferring will begin.
You will first need to hold the CTRL key down and select all of the books with your mouse that you want to transfer to your Kindle. After you have selected all of them, you will need to right click on one of them and select the Copy option.
Now you will need to go to that other folder that you created and open it. Once it is opened, you will need to right click in the folder and select the Paste option. Allow it time to finish transferring your books. When it is finished, you can unhook your cable and your books will be backed up on your computer. You can also burn these books to a CD or place them on a jump drive to ensure that you don’t lose them.
Can I Transfer Books from My Kindle to My Computer?