Your Kindle Fire HD can store up to 8GB of media, including songs, movies and photos. While you can use the tablet's 1.3-MP, front-facing camera to take photos, their quality may be lower than what you expect. You can, however, transfer high-quality photos from your computer to the Kindle Fire. Begin the process by connecting the Kindle to your PC using the USB cable that came with the device; Windows then downloads and installs the correct drivers in a matter of seconds.

Step 1

Plug one end of the USB cable that was shipped with the Kindle into a free USB port on your computer and the other end into the USB port on the Kindle. Wait until Windows detects the device and installs the necessary drivers.

Step 2

Mouse over the lower left corner of the screen and right-click when the Start tip displays to open the Power User menu. Click "File Explorer" to launch the File Explorer app.

Step 3

Open the folder that contains the photos you want to transfer to the Kindle, select the photos, and then press "Ctrl-C" to copy them to the clipboard. To select multiple photos, hold "Ctrl" as you click each photo. You can select all the photos in the folder by pressing "Ctrl-A." You can also transfer folders full of photos to the Fire HD.

Step 4

Select the "Kindle" drive, and then open the "Internal storage\Pictures" folder. Press "Ctrl-V" to paste the photos from the clipboard into the Pictures folder. Wait until the transfer is finished, and then disconnect the tablet from your PC.