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Send to Kindle for PC is a FREE application that lets you easily send your personal documents to your Kindle and supported Kindle reading applications from your personal computer. Using Send to Kindle for PC, you can also store your personal documents in your Kindle Library and download them conveniently to your Kindle device and supported Kindle reading applications when connected wirelessly.

How do I download and install Send to Kindle for PC?

You can download and install Send to Kindle for PC by clicking the “Download Now” button below and follow the on-screen installation instructions after the download completes.

What files tips are supported by Send to Kindle for PC?

You can send the following file types to your registered Kindles, supported Kindle reading applications, and your Kindle Library in the Amazon Cloud:

  • Microsoft Word (.DOC)
  • Microsoft Word (.DOCX)
  • TXT (.TXT)
  • RTF (.RTF)
  • JPEG (.JPEG, .JPG)
  • GIF (.GIF)
  • PNG (.PNG)
  • BMP (.BMP)
  • PDF (.PDF)
I installed Send to Kindle for PC, how do I start sending docs?
  • From Windows Explorer, simply right click on one or more documents and choose Send to Kindle.
  • From any Windows application that can print, select Print and choose Send to Kindle (documents are delivered in PDF format).
Send to Kindle for Mac will be coming out soon!

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Inkmesh is an ebook search engine that makes it easier to find free ebooks and compare ebook prices for the Kindle, iPhone, Sony Reader, Nook and more.

The brilliant e-book search engine Inkmesh helps you find titles quickly and easily, either by author, title or genre. The site covers popular (and legal) e-book sources from 34 different websites (including the Kindle Store), and lets you restrict your search to free e-books only. You can even exclude public domain titles if you’re looking for more recent freebies.

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Want to personalize your Kindle?  Here’s an easy way to do it, but you’ll need a picture that’s the right size and format.

1.  Visit Kindle Screen-Saver Generator 

2.  Upload a JPEG, PNG or GIF file from your computer and this free online tool will convert it to a greyscale, 600×800 image.

3.  Save this to the Links/Screensavers folder on your Kindle to use it as a screensaver.

Don’t have a Kindle yet?  Click here to check out the comparison chart to help you decide which one’s right for you.  Enjoy your screensaver 🙂