Using a BitTorrent for file sharing is not as safe as you think. With these security tips you can easily make BitTorrent safer and keep you anonymous.
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Sometimes file sharing on Slack can be very, very limited in function. If you’re looking to improve that, here are four file management tools for Slack worth trying.
ThingThing is a mobile keyboard app that lets you quickly share files. It can access your cloud files, animated GIFs, & images from Facebook and Instagram.
There are various ways to send a Dropbox file to someone else, including via Facebook Messenger. Here’s how to share a file via Facebook Messenger on your mobile device.
Tagmmer is a web-based alternative to such services as Dropbox and Puu.sh. It’s also a powerful sharing application in its own right. Let’s check it out.
Sharing files between your Android smartphone or tablet over a network is a big timesaver. If you want to learn all about network file sharing on Android, this article is just for you.
Being able to share Windows folders with Android over a local network is really handy and even allows you to stream media like video and music. Here’s how to do that.
Finding yourself restricted when it comes to sharing large files online? Here are 6 dedicated websites that will let you share large files for free.
Retroshare is a filesharing network that takes the idea of P2P network and extends it to a friend-to-friend (F2F) network. Here it can help you privately connect with friends and family.
cURL is a very powerful cross-platform program used to get and send files to remote servers. It supports a very wide range of protocols. Here is an introduction guide to cURL.
While there are plenty of ways to transfer files between computers, Infinit is a useful peer-to-peer file sharing app that allows you to send files easily.
Dukto is a simple application that lets you easily share files and text with other computers or mobile devices connected over a LAN.
With the advancement of the Web, it is easier now to work remotely than before. Here are 6 online collaboration tools for teams working remotely.
The Homegroup feature had been around since Windows 7. It allows you to easily share files, folders and media with another Windows PC without having to go through complicated setup. In Windows 8, Homegroups are easy to create, even more so than they were in Windows 7. In this article, we will show you how to create homegroup in Windows 8.
Seafile is an open source software that focuses mainly on file synchronization and collaboration. It comes with a cloud storage account like Dropbox and you can also install in your own server like Owncloud. Check it out.
Airdrop allows you to send a file over to another Mac that is in the same WiFi network. However, not all Macs support Airdrop, especially those without the latest updates. Even those with the latest updates may not work out if not under a WiFi network. This doesn’t mean you have to miss out. Here, we will go over how to use Airdrop in both situations.
If you are in local network with no Internet access, or you just want to quickly send a file over to another computer without having it to go to the web and back, NitroShare is one good file sharing app you can use on the local network and it works well with Windows, Mac and Linux.
Since the release of Android’s Gingerbread version, Google made what was probably a market-and technology-driven decision to use the Media Transfer Protocol (MTP) when an Android device is connected to a desktop. While MTP is supposed to be a better solution, it doesn’t work out of the box on Linux. However, with a couple of quick changes, you can make it happen.