If you are an avid Kindle eBook reader, one of the things that you may not be aware of is that you can also read your favorite books on your PC. Perhaps you have previously been reading all your books on a Kindle Paperwhite. You could have even been reading your books on an Android tablet. So, how do you read Kindle books on a Windows PC?
Reading Kindle Books on a Windows computer
To read Kindle eBooks on a Windows PC, all that you need to do is the following;
- Download the Kindle for PC Application.
- Install the application on your computer.
- After the installation, you first need to sign into your Amazon account to start using the Kindle for PC application.
How big is the download?
The Kindle for PC application is 53.8mb big.
Is the reading experience different from reading on a Kindle?
To be frank, I started using the Kindle for PC application on my computer before buying a Kindle Paperwhite. The main thing that struck me when I eventually made the move was the fact that everything on the Paperwhite was black and white. That included the book covers, which seemed rather odd, particularly for a person like me who is used to judging books by their covers.
As for the reading experience, you will have glare when reading Kindle books on your PC. But then, you are probably already used to the glare on your computer. This glare is virtually eliminated, when it comes to the Paperwhite. Indeed, once you have read books on the Kindle Paperwhite, you won’t ever want to read them anywhere else.
Do my books sync between my devices?
The good news is that as long as you have signed in using your Amazon account, all your books will be synced between your devices. The only thing that you will have to do is download the books onto the device on which you wish to read them. That, in any case, is how read Kindle books on a Windows PC!