If you have your photos saved on an iPad and you wish to see them on your computer, our guide below will teach you how to transfer photos from iPad to PC on Windows 10. At the end, your photos will be available for viewing on the large screen of your Windows computer.
iPads are known for their crystal clear displays and people just love watching media content especially photos on the iPads. Even though the iPad is a fully featured device, it still lacks some of the features that your computer has. For example, you can’t edit your photos on your iPad with as much precision as you can do on a real computer. Therefore, many users transfer their photos to a PC for tasks like editing and sometimes even viewing the photos on a large display.
If your entire photo album is saved on your iPad, you can have it easily transferred to your laptop or PC running Windows 10. The Windows 10 OS comes preloaded with an app called Photos that lets you easily import photos from external devices like your iPad.
The following guide shows how you can transfer photos from an iPad to a laptop or PC that runs Windows 10:
As mentioned above, the Photos app on your laptop can do much more than just letting you view your images. The import feature of the app allows you to fetch images from devices like your cameras and your iPads to your computer. What’s more, using it is as easy as using your iPad to take a photo. Here’s how:
Step 1. Connect your iPad to your Windows 10 laptop or PC using a compatible cable. Ensure your device is unlocked.
Step 2. Open the Photos app on your PC and click on the option that says Import. It is located at the top-right corner of the app.
Step 3. On the following screen, the app will show all the photos it will be imported from your iPad. Click on the ones you do not want to import and hit the Continue button.
The app will start transferring photos from your iPad over to your PC running Windows 10. When it has finished, you will see all of your iPad photos in the Photos app on your PC.
If you don’t use the Photos app to manage photos on your Windows 10 laptop, you can make use of the traditional File Explorer to transfer photos from your iPad over to your PC on Windows 10. This method’s easy too and the following is how you execute it.
Step 1. Plug-in your iPad to your PC using a compatible cable.
Step 2. Launch File Explorer on your PC and navigate to the following path.
This PC > [your-name]’s iPad > Internal Storage > DCIM > open any folder
Step 3. You will find all of your photos in the opened folder. Select the photos you want to transfer to your PC and click on the Copy to option at the top.
Your selected photos will be copied to your chosen destination on your Windows 10 PC or laptop. That is how you transfer photos from an iPad to a PC using File Explorer.
If you don’t like the built-in transfer options on your computer that much, you have a third-party software available for yourself that will let you easily copy photos from your iPad over to your PC. It is called AnyTrans for iOS and it works like a charm and allows users to transfer iPad photos to a Windows 10 PC or laptop without any hassle at all.
All you need to do is click on a few options in the app and your entire iPad photo albums will be available on your PC. Download AnyTrans for iOS now and the following will show you how to transfer photos from iPad to PC on Windows 10 with AnyTrans for iOS.
Step 1. Launch AnyTrans for iOS on your PC > Connect your iPad to your PC using a suitable cable > Enter 1-Click Management > Click on the Content to Computer option.
Step 2. On the following screen, you have multiple options available including Camera Roll, Photo Video, and so on > You may also specify a destination for your photos > Click on the right-arrow icon.
Step 3. When the photos have been transferred to your Windows 10 PC, you will find them at the chosen destination with all of their folder structures intact.
Not only does the AnyTrans for iOS app let you transfer photos but it allows you to transfer many other types of files as well from an iOS device over to your PC and vice versa.
If you have a PC or laptop running Windows 10 and you want to get your iPad photos on it, our guide above offers multiple ways to accomplish the task on your computer. It even shows how you can get your job done using a third-party app if you are not a big fan of built-in utilities. Download AnyTrans for iOS now and give a free try!
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