Best Ways to Read ebooks on laptop


Use Adobe Digital Editions

If you already have an e-book download onto your computer in the EPUB or PDF format, follow these steps to open these files and read your e-book:

- Launch the Adobe Digital Editions (ADE) program on your Windows or Macintosh computer.

- Click on File > Add to Library.

- Use the explorer to locate the EPUB/PDF file on your disk. If you’ve just downloaded the file, it may be sitting in the “Downloads” folder.

- Double-click on the file and you’ll see the e-book open up.

Written by Stewart Nichols
4 years ago

Download the Kindle for PC app

If you have loaded up some of your favorite books on your Kindle that you’d like to read on your PC or laptop, here’s how you can do that:

Step 1: Install the “Kindle for PC” app on your computer.

Step 2: Run the application.

Step 3: Sign in using your Amazon login credentials.

Step 4: Locate the book you’d like to read from your cloud and download it.

Step 5: Open the book, and get down to reading. 

Written by Arthur Harper
2 months ago

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