How To Transfer Big Files To Co-workers, Friends, Family Via Email

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  1. Another favorite option is File Apartment (http://www.fileapartment.com). Easy to use, up to 1 GB, no software to download or registration required, and free option.

  2. Gabe says:

    I work as a graphic designer as well as a software developer, so I often have to share large files with clients. Instead of using this site, I use http://www.filesavr.com which stores files forever and gives you up to 10 GBs per file! I also like http://www.filedropper.com, but it only gives you 5 GBs per file. The advantage to File Dropper is if the file is not being actively downloaded, it will delete. Neither have annoying ads or countdown timers like Rapidshare or anything.

  3. Gabe says:

    My mistake, both File Savr and File Dropper delete the files if they are not actively being downloaded. I’m not advertising for them in any way, just sharing useful information.


    Gabe:

    I work as a graphic designer as well as a software developer, so I often have to share large files with clients. Instead of using this site, I use http://www.filesavr.com which stores files forever and gives you up to 10 GBs per file! I also like http://www.filedropper.com, but it only gives you 5 GBs per file. The advantage to File Dropper is if the file is not being actively downloaded, it will delete. Neither have annoying ads or countdown timers like Rapidshare or anything.

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