Site to share file


Other than Onedrive and Dropbox, is there any other free good site to share the files?
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HuaMin ChenProblem resolverAsked:
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HuaMin ChenProblem resolverAuthor Commented:
sorry, I do not know how to register to that.
you cannote register to this service from the website. cause for security reasons (encryption key generation) you first have to download the client, then you install it on your computer and then you can register from this client.

follow this manual -

deroodeSystems AdministratorCommented:
You can share files and work together on files with Google Drive:

And of course there are lots of other file sharing sites:
Joe Winograd, Fellow&MVEDeveloperCommented:
Here's my standard list of free cloud storage sites:

Amazon Cloud Drive




Google Drive (previously called Google Docs)

MS OneDrive (previously called SkyDrive)

They vary in the amount of free storage they offer and in their features/functions. You should experiment with some (or all) of them to see which one works the best for you. For sharing files, the amount of free storage from all of them is probably sufficient (depending, of course, on the number and size of the files), but if you think you'll exceed the amount of free storage provided, take a careful look at the cost of adding more — it varies.

My favorite at this point in time is Cubby (from the LogMeIn folks). It is free for up to 5GB. Individual files may be up to 2GB. I like the way it allows you to designate which of your folders are cubbies — you simply right-click on a folder and select the menu pick that says "Make this folder a cubby" (which, by default, will include all of its subfolders).

It will allow you to share the files that you want to, as it provides a link to the cubby that you may send out in an email. It is private in the sense that only the people who have the URL (which is a long, random series of numbers and letters — much like a password) may access the cubby. Regards, Joe
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