Manually copying photos from your iPad to your Windows PC is way easier than syncing devices via iTunes. Backup your iPad photos to your windows PC in just 5 easy steps. Here's how
1. Plug your iPad into your PC using the 30-pin cable provided with your iPad.
2. Next, open the folder labeled "Computer" or "My Computer" on your desktop. This will give you access to devices plugged into your computer.
3. Your iPad should be listed under Portable Devices. Double click on your iPad's name and then double click on Internal Storage to view the contents.
4. Photos are buried within the Internal Storage, so you will first need to navigate through the DCIM folder. Depending on the version of iOS you are using, you may see a folder called 100APPLE or a folder with a lot of letters and numbers like "860OKMZO" or "965YOKDJ". These are the folders that contain your photos.
5. Now that you've located the photos, you can copy them to your system by dragging them and dropping them onto the folder where you want to store them or right click on the photo, choose copy and then right click to paste it where you want.
Quick Tip to Backup your Digital Photos
If you have treasured photographs, or you take photos of everything you like, you won't want to lose them. So, what is the best way to backup photos on an ongoing basis? In the back of your mind, you know you need to backup all of your photos. But where do you start? Here's how to backup your digital life: PicBackMan is the easiest and simplest way to keep your videos safely backed up in one or more online accounts. Simply download PicBackMan (it's free!), register your account, connect to your online store and tell PicBackMan where your videos are - PicBackMan does the rest, automatically. It bulk uploads all videos and keeps looking for new ones and uploads those too. You don't have to ever touch it.
Automate backup & migration of your photos & videos with support for all top services.
Trusted by users in 125+ countries.
“Your pictures are scattered. PicBackMan helps you bring order to your digital memories.”