How to convert Kindle ebook to PDF, Remove Kindle drm to PC

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How to convert Kindle ebook to PDF

Most ebooks you read on Kindle are bought from Amazon and protected by drm, that's mean you can't copy the ebooks to PC, Even you copy the file to PC or any other devices, no other readers can read the eBooks, but just alert you "Sorry, The ebooks is drm protected".

Kindle DRM Removal helps you remove DRM from AZW, PRC, Mobi, Topaz, support windows and Mac.

 

When the drm protection is removed from kindle ebooks, you can use the most professional eBooks Management Software called Calibre to convert ebooks to any other types like, EPUB, FB2, LIT, LRF, MOBI, OEB, PDB, PDF, PML, RB, RTF, TCR, TXT etc. the software Calibre is support Windows, Mac OS x, Linux.

 

If you can't remove drm from kindle, you can use Kindle PC Converter to convert protected Kindle ebooks to pdf, then read the ebooks any where.

Note: because of the Kindle PC Converter use the function of screen recorder, The output pdf file do not contain any words but images.

Kindle PC Converter quickly and easily converted kindle to PDF file formats. user can view PDF ebook on other computer or device, user also can print Kindle ebook without limitation.

Here is the full guide for How to convert Kindle ebook to PDF:

1. Run Kindle for PC, Open your book , go to first page

 

2. Run Kindle PC Converter, Click “Next” button

 

3. Set PDF file name

 

4. Click “Capture” button to converter, do NOT perform any other actions on your computer

 

5. Conversion finish

 

Amazon announces Kindle for PC (no Kindle device needed, but bring your own PC)

Amazon's announcement came days after rival bookseller Barnes & Noble said it would start selling its own device, the nook. Due to ship in November, the $259 reader features the same gray-scale E Ink screen as the Kindle, but also has a separate color touch screen. Nook owners also can share their books with their friends for up to 14 days at a time.

The Kindle for PC software will let users read Amazon's digital books without having to buy the $259 Kindle device.

Most people think of Amazon's Kindle as a slim piece of hardware the size of a very thin paperback book.

In fact, Kindle is also a piece of software that displays digital books on any device Amazon chooses. Today, the Seattle online retailing giant unveiled a Kindle version for computers. The application was part of Microsoft's Windows 7 operating system launch event in New York this morning. Expected to be released in November, the program will also run on Microsoft's earlier operating systems, Windows XP and Windows Vista.

Dubbed Kindle for PC, the free software will let readers view full-color photos and use touch screens to browse books, turn pages and adjust font sizes for digital books purchased at Amazon's online bookstore. Amazon has released a version of the reader for Apple's iPhone and iPod Touch devices.

In contrast, the Kindle 2 and the Kindle DX, two devices sold by Amazon, has only the gray-scale screens and don't allow users to "lend" digital copies of their books to others.

By releasing Kindle for PC, Amazon is expanding the audience for its digital books beyond just readers who can afford to buy its $259 device to about 1 billion of the world's PC users.