The Barnes and Noble Nook Color is the new LCD e-reader released a few weeks ago! We show you all of the most popular programs that enable you to copy the ebooks that you have either downloaded from the internet or purchased from other stores outside Barnes and Noble.
The first program we teach you how to use is Calibre. This program is one of the best ebook management open source software suites. It allows you to do such things such as Changing your Cover Art, Changing the Authors name, editing Meta Data or adding an ISBN number. We show you the entire process to copy ebooks to your Nook Color using this program.
The second program we use is Windows Explorer; it is one of the easiest methods to utilize if you know the book you downloaded does not need any editing via Calibre. We show you how to navigate your Nook Color and what proper directories you should use in order to copy an ebook currently. We also give you added info on what other types of media the Barnes and Noble Nook Color uses, such as video, pictures, wallpapers and so on.
The Third method we show you is how to use Adobe Digital Editions. This is the best program to use if you have purchased ebooks from outside Barnes and Noble, either because you have another e-reader, or you just want to buy an ebook from other company.
As always, with Good e-Reader we produce videos with e-readers we own. Other blogs may just write about this type of stuff, but we are the only one that brings you how-to advice like this video tutorial.
Markus lives in San Francisco, California and is the video game and audio expert on Good e-Reader! He has a huge interest in new e-readers and tablets, and gaming.