Unfortunately, a flash drive or File Sharing in a network is useless if the person lives far away, I have many friends who lives far from me, they usually asks me to send them files like eBooks, apps, videos through email.
But web email services like Gmail and Outlook allow you to send files up to 25 MB in size, but what if I need to send them of large files?
Either you can Split these files and send them in pieces later they can join them and restore to original with some file splitter and joiner.
But these is not at all convenient to do so, I hunt around the web looking for some of the most easiest way to transfer files.
One can use Dropbox, Google Drive or OneDrive for sharing big files they can later download it with the link that comes in their email.
Dropbox has no size limit, but dropbox provides you 2gb of free storage after you signup.
I have gone through readers comments on various websites most of them do not like to get signed up to send files obviously me too.
Here is We transfer
One can easily transfer files by proving email address of the receptionist, their paid service call we transfer plus can provide you with more storage and advantages.
Ideal for one-off transfers, WeTransfer lets you easily share large files to a single user or a group of users. Its website offers a simple upload mechanism.
Another way to send files up to 2GB in size beam it, just drag and drop the files and file transfers happen between your computer and the recipient’s computer directly its a peer-to-peer service.
Infnit is a full featured free desktop application on mac Os and beta on windows
infinit is a peer-to-peer technology which connects two computers using an intermediary.
It uses local area network and thus the transfers happens extremely fast.
For pictures that you just need to post in blogs or share through your social channels, Imagevat may be a fuss-free answer. No sign-up, simply choose an image and away you go. there’s no option to build pictures private however you’ll be able to note copyright details within the comments, additionally as contact details for a lot of info. Once the image is uploaded you get a link and varied insert codes to use round the internet.
There are popular files sharing services like Zippyshare, mediafire, 4shared and even Skype where you can upload and large share files.
icon-bullhorn Password protecting and compressing your files is recommended as it will reduce the size and will get upload faster and safer, use 7zip or Winrar archive it and protect with password.