Probably the most common action in an Email is attaching the file(s). Yet, email is probably the worst method to send a file. Primary because when the email thing was created back in the 1960s and mid-1970s our digital footprint
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If you Google “Linux Windows Share” or “Ubuntu VirtualBox Windows Share” or similar topics along the line you will find thousands of articles on how to configure various ways to mount and share folders and files between Windows and Linux.
When we speak of BitTorrent, we all think about BT downloads, don’t we? But do you know they actually also have a pretty cool product, called BitTorrent Sync, that lets you sync your files between multiple computers across different multiple
Sharing files to someone outside your network is very easy these days but not so much the other way around, especially when the other party doesn’t use a cloud based service like Dropbox. If you are using Dropbox, check out
File sharing is getting easier and easier nowadays, thanks to the ever-evolving technology advances, especially the cloud services like Dropbox, OneDrive, Box, or Google Drive. If you are using one of these cloud services, congratulations, you already have very powerful
AirDrop is an Apple’s built-in feature that wirelessly shares content between Apple’s Mac and iOS devices. But if you have a Windows system around that you want to share files with, you will need to find anyway around. So the question is,
If you are using Dropbox, like we do, would it be cool if there is a way to allow anyone you trust to upload files directly to your designated Dropbox folder? Well, in case you missed, we have covered a