File sharing services are not as popular today as they were four years ago. It’s not that people are sharing any less. Rather, they just found easier ways to do it. Would you upload a funny video from a friend’s email to any of those services or would you search for it on Youtube and share only the link?
Learn how to turn your home computer into a personal web server and host files, documents, music, web pages, photographs and other content from your computer for free. Before getting into the actual process, let’s look at a couple of real-world situations that explain why you may want to turn your home computer into a web server. Situation #1. Say you have music MP3s, documents and other important files on the hard drive of your home computer. If you turn this home computer into a web server, you will be able to access all these files from office or any other Internet connected machine including your mobile phone. How to turn your home computer into a web server; host files, do
When it comes to send large files there are several tools and services on the web designed to overcome the limitations of standard email providers and to allow any person with no technical knowledge to transfer big files with ease. In this MasterNewMedia guide I have personally collected and reviewed the best tools out there that you can use to to collaborate on files of any size. You may wonder why you need a specific service to send big files. Can't you simply attach your files to a standard email message? How to send files larger than 1GB
Here's a list of 20 BitTorrent resources, tips and tricks, useful for both newcomers and more advanced users. BitTorrent For Beginners 1. How and Why BitTorrent Works BitTorrent is often referred to as the best filesharing protocol for sharing large files. 20 BitTorrent Tips and Tricks