Maybe you just received your Surface RT, this wonderful windows 8 tablet is very different from Apple or android tablet. For most users, it takes a long time to operate it smoothly. So, it’s necessary to summarize tips & tricks for Surface RT. As far as i know, many people like to sync photos, music or videos to their Surface, so they can enjoy them on the portable device anywhere. Today, this article will share two ways for you to share media files with Surface. At first, we should figure out the media formats supported by Surface RT. Video Format include MP4, DivX, Xvid, H.264, H.263, audio format include MP3, WAV, eAAC+. Please make sure the media files you want to transfered are playable. If not, you can use the professional Surface Video converter to deal with in advance. Here are the two ways: The first way: Use a USB flash drive or memory card to transfer media files to Surface RT. Since Surface has full-size USB 2.0 port and supports expansion card. You can copy your media files to a USB flash drive or memory card (microSD, microSDHC, or micro SDXC card) and then copy the files to Surface. Details: Step 1. Copy files onto a USB flash drive or memory card on your other computer. Step 2. Insert the USB flash drive or memory card into Surface. Step 3. Tap or click the notification that appears in the upper-right corner of the screen. Step 4. Tap or click Open folder to view files. File Explorer opens. Step 5. Select the files or folders you want to add to Surface, tap or click Home, and then tap or click Copy to. Step 6. Select a location. For example, choose Documents if the flash drive or memory card contains documents. The second way: Download videos from home network. Microsoft bundles Office 2013 Home & Student Edition with your purchase of the Surface RT. This means you can access all files in your Homegroup, access shared folders from other computers on your network, and even map network drives which will automatically reconnect upon restarting the machine. As you can see from the screenshot below, Windows RT is functional well beyond the Start screen tiles and “Don’t call it Metro” interface. Surface can access music, pictures, videos, and documents on computers that are part of your home network. To see the files and folders that have been shared on your network, go to the Start screen and open File Explorer. Shared items appear under HomeGroup or Network. That’s all. Hope this article is really useful for you to share and watch media files on Surface RT. Have a good time!