If you love listening to music as much as I do then it is most certain that you will find a way to transfer music into an iPod efficiently. Apple, the inventors of iPod, is probably the most creative company we know in this world and therefore their way to a solution is unique in its own right.
There are many kinds of iPods available now from the time of its inception. Most people pick cheap iPods for the affordability factor but overlook to ensure that there are recommended ways to transfer music into them. Not doing so may cause problems. A cheap iPod may not be expensive but if not used in the suggested way, it may pose a problem.
There are three quick and efficient ways to transfer music from your computer to your iPod.
It is important to install iTunes in the first place. Updating your iTunes will bring all the tracks on your computer into the iTunes playlist. In case the music library surpasses the iPod storage capacity then iTunes will most certainly offer you to choose the songs you want to sync in your iPod. In this matter, I prefer iPod nano. An iPod nano is sleek, stylish and fits into the pocket with great ease.
The second option is to automatically update selected playlists. Here, iTunes will copy all those playlists that you have selected.
And, the third way is to do things manually. You can drag and drop your favorite numbers or playlists manually. This can be done using the summary tab available on the iPod settings.
Last weekend, when I was trying to transfer my new collection of songs into iPod, the number of songs on my computer exceeded the storage capacity of the iPod. I quickly used the auto fill option in iTunes to pick my personal favorite ones. Now, that’s what I call innovation at a click of a button.
Try these steps to transfer your music and then the next train ride won’t be all that boring at all.
Easy way to archive your digital photos
If you happen to be one of those people that still have a large amount of old photos or slides from years past, then it’s probably high-time that you get those digitally archived. Not only will slides and pictures deteriorate over time, but the longer you wait to convert them to digital, the more time you have to lose or misplace them. Luckily, if you do still have the slides or negatives of your photos, it’s actually quite easy to quickly digitally archive your photos.
There are two main ways to get the pictures converted to digital.
First, you can have a professional service archive them for you. This is certainly the no-hassle way to archive photos, but it can be a bit pricey too. The second, and perhaps better way, to archive your photos is to use a purchase a slide to digital picture converter and do it yourself. These converters can take either slides or negatives and quickly scan them into a digital format on your computer. In fact, depending on how many pictures you intend to archive, buying the converter will usually save you money over a professional service. Plus converting them yourself gives you complete control over cropping and retouching the digital copies as you’d like. Either way, in the end you’ll have preserved your memories in a digital format that will last a lifetime and more.