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Get everyones take on the best file shareing program

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  1. CenTex Hosting

    CenTex Hosting Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I am looking for a better way to share my files. I have been just sending them by email but that is getting to be really a pain.

    So I am turning to BHW to see what everyone recommends to use for File sharing.
     
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    I was looking at dropbox just because a customer uses it.

    I would rather have something that when i send a link to files the customer doesnt have to sign up for the program.
     
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    bump

    anyone have a take on a program
     
  4. Monrox

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    How big are the files?
     
  5. Cache85

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    I use multiple filehosting services like

    cloneload
    multiupload
    and other mirror services
     
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    MediaFire :)
     
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    I've used MediaFire and Dropbox for what you're looking at. Dropbox doesn't require the recipient (the person who will download the file) to install anything or signup for an account. It has a Public folder that you can load files into and then you grab the files URL that you send to the folks you want to have access to the file. It works quite well, but the free version of Dropbox is limited to 2GB, so keep that in mind.
     
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    I use megaupload's premium service

    speeds have been slower as of late, but its still outstanding
     
  9. Dan Free

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    In my opinion, the best free one is mediafire. If you can put up with the ads, the limitations are rather minor. There is no time delay to start download. I have not run into a maximum download per day. One caveat, if you don't log into your account for 30, 60 or 90 days (I am not sure which it is, 60 or 90 I think) you account and all files will be deleted. This happened to me.