On your MacBook, open Migration Assistant. If you aren't sure where to locate it, don't worry. There are several ways. The easiest is to search for it using Spotlight Search.
On your MacBook, click "continue" in the Migration Assistant app.
Enter in your MacBook's admin name and password.
In this case, choose "from a Windows PC." Then, click "continue."
Connect both devices to power.
The PC will appear in Migration Assistant. Once it does, click "continue."
Check that the numbers on the PC and MacBook match. On the PC, click "continue." Then, click "continue" on the MacBook too.
Select the information to transfer and click "continue." If you are unsure, don't alter the data and allow it all to transfer.
At this point, you may need to create a password for the user on your MacBook. Once you do, click "set password."
Allow the data to transfer. The time may jump and move until the data is done transferring.
That's it! Migration is now complete! Click "done" on your MacBook and close Migration Assistant on your Windows PC.
Because your MacBook is so important for all that you do in a day, it is important to take good care of your Mac battery, monitor your Mac's battery health, and check the cycle count of your Mac's battery when to determine if your Mac needs a new battery. This might sound like a lot of maintenance, but checking your Mac's cycle count is an easy way to determine if your Mac needs a new battery, and it's actually incredibly simple. A battery's maximum cycle count is how many charge cycles your Mac can complete before the battery is no longer able to perform and will need replacing. In this guide, I show you how to check your Mac battery's cycle count and determine if your battery needs to be replaced.