File transfer - 8.1 for Windows XP Windows

I am trying to transfer files from my laptop (8.1/64-bit Windows) of a desktop computer, I built recently (Windows XP SP3/32-bit). Both computers are connected to my router homenetwork via direct connect the ethernet cables, but I have no internet connection at the moment. I can, however, connect to the internet via my neighbors internet access. Can someone point me in the right direction, perhaps some software or other file transfer method?

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I am trying to transfer files from my laptop (8.1/64-bit Windows) of a desktop computer, I built recently (Windows XP SP3/32-bit). Both computers are connected to my router homenetwork via direct connect the ethernet cables, but I have no internet connection at the moment. I can, however, connect to the internet via my neighbors internet access. Can someone point me in the right direction, perhaps some software or other file transfer method?

There are several ways to do so.   Here are a few:

1. the data from the old machine by email and read it on the new.

2. the two machines of the network and transfer of data over the network.

3 remove the drive from the old computer and install it temporarily (or permanently) in the new computer or in an external USB enclosure.

4. use floppy disks and cover the largest files on several disks using a file splitting program (or any standard zip utility, which can do this too).

5 copy the files on CD

6. copy files to a USB key.

Which of these is best for you depends on several things: the amount of data you transfer, if you plan to keep the old computer, you are ready to spend a few dollars for a USB key if you do not, etc..

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