Top article of the week – File sharing sites

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File sharing sites
I recognize this is not all the free file sharing sites. But here are a
few. If anyone aware of others, please share them with me and I will resend
out a nother list with those additions.
Also all of these require pay to use when requiring larger than the free
amount of space is used.

1. Box
is more cloud service that lets you keep and share files online. The free
account can host up to 10GB of data. The maximum size of an uploaded file
should not exceed 250MB. For those who’d like to upload full HD videos,
there is a personal account with 100GB of space and 5GB max file size for
only $10 per month.
Box also offers a solution for business. There are three plans that you can
choose from:
Starter will cost you $5/month/user. It is perfect for small teams with up
to 10 people. This plan provides 100GB of free space and the size of one
file is limited to 2GB.
Business plan costs $15/month/user. It offers unlimited storage, but the
size of one file should not be higher than 5GB.
Enterprise plan is available on demand.

2. 1-drive
is familiar to all Windows 10 users. It goes pre-installed with an option to
save pictures and documents automatically. However, if you don’t want to
upgrade to Win 10, you can easily create a separate account. The free one
will give you 5GB of storage. Basic plan will offer you 50GB for $1.99 per
OneDrive also offers business plans that come together with Office 365
applications like Word, Excel, and PowerPoint for your PC, Mac, or iPad.

3. Google-drive
Google Drive is no less popular than Dropbox. With all the same options, it
lets users store up to 15GB of files with a free account. If it’s not
enough for you, choose a 100GB plan for $1.99 per month or a 1TB plan for
$9.99 per month. Apart from the file storing, Google Drive makes it possible
to create Excel, Word and PowerPoint documents online, edit them and keep
for as long as you wish. The service has free mobile apps, so you can keep
all the necessary stuff always with you. You don’t have to create a
separate account to use Google Drive, it is accessed with your Gmail

4. Dropbox
Dropbox is widely used by Internet users. It lets you keep and share all
possible files: audio, video, ebooks , images and many more. The service
has apps for all modern operating systems. Thus, your files sync between
all devices and you can access them from any place with the Internet
connection. The basic Dropbox account is free and gives you 2GB of storage.
If you reach this limit, you’ll have to either delete some files or upgrade
to Pro account. It’ll cost you $9.99/month for 1TB of space. Moreover, you’ll
have additional sharing options such as link password protection, and remote
wipe for lost devices.
By the way, Dropbox offers a referral program. If you invite your friends to
join Dropbox, you’ll get extra 500MB of space for each friend who’s joined

5. ICloud
is a service for users of Apple devices. It lets you backup pictures,
contacts, mail, calendar, notes and other apps from your iPhone, Pad or
iPod Touch. By default, iCloud gives you 5GB of free space. Since iPhone
has a great camera that can be even better with special photo apps , 5GB
are usually not enough. When you reach the limit, upgrade to one of the
following plans:
50GB for $0.99/month
200GB for $2.99/month
1TB for $9.99/month
The prices differ from region to region. To learn current plan prices, check
this link .

6. SendSpace

7. The Pirate Bay – The galaxy’s most resilient bittorrent site
You will need (uTorrent) installed to extract the files automatically.
Visit this link to find this file.

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