Send large files: computers sending files to each other
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+$If we ever work out how to send large files by email, it may be the ultimate achievement of the digital age. The age of the web has connected continents and allowed the world to function around the clock, but we still haven't mastered how to ping our files over using our bog-standard email servers.


看看这些用于发送大文件的最佳免费工具,然后也许还可以查看这些其他工具图形设计师的工具+$that are sure to improve your creative process.

+$01. Firefox Send

Send large files: Firefox Send

+$Firefox Send keeps file-sharing simple

+$From Mozilla, the people behind the Firefox browser, comes+$Firefox Send+$, designed to provide simple and private file sharing. Using its drag and drop interface you can instantly send files up to 1GB (or up to 2.5GB if you sign in) with end-to-end encryption and an automatically-expiring link, so you don't need to worry about your shared files staying online forever.

+$02. Smash

Send large files: Smash


+$Another service keeping things simple is粉碎+$. With its free plan you can send your files without any size limits, they'll be available for 14 days, and your recipients will be able to preview them before downloading, even on mobile. You can password protect your files and there's even the option of real-time download tracking.

+$Upgrade to the Premium plan for €5/month (annual billing) and your files will be available for up to a year. You'll get priority transfers for files over 2GB, as well as a file transfer history and reporting. You'll also get the ability to customise your download page with a logo and background image.

+$03. Google Drive

Send large files: Google Drive


+$Google's so ubiquitous these days that it's easy to overlook it, so we'll remind you:Google云端硬盘+$gives you 15GB of free online storage, as long as you have a Google account, and it's easy to share absolutely anything you like, be it individual files or entire folders.


+$04. Hightail

+$Previously known as YouSendIt,拼命逃走+$rebranded and relaunched in 2013 as a platform for sharing and collaboration. Its free Lite plan lets you share files up to 100MB, with instant visual previews and the ability to add comments to any file.


+$05. Terashare

Send large files: Terashare


Terashare+$is different to most file-sharing services in that it uses BitTorrent technology to transfer the file directly from your computer to the receiver's. There's no filesize limit, although files larger than 10GB cannot be downloaded when you turn your computer off as this is the only place the file is stored. Files smaller than 10GB are also uploaded to the Terashare servers so that they can be accessed at all times.


您需要安装一个小型客户端才能使其正常工作,并通过唯一的URL共享文件。 Terashare完全免费。

+$06. WeTransfer

Send large files: WeTransfer


WeTransfer+$is a lovely looking site that allows you to send large files – up to 2GB per transfer – as often as you like! That way, there won't be any of those last minute email woes when you run out of free transfers. You can send large files by email or grab a download link from the site; easy peasy.

+$For more hardcore users, there's WeTransfer Plus. For €12 per month you can send unlimited files, and store up to 500GB, plus customise your wallpaper/transfer emails.

+$07. SendSpace

Send large files: Sendspace


+$Since it launched back in 2005,SendSpace+$has been delivering files millions of times a week. Each file is tracked so if it's lost into the abyss of the internet, SendSpace will do its best to find it for you. There's also a useful drag-and-drop feature, as well as a SendSpace app – meaning you can send large files on the move.

+$08. DropSend

Send large files: DropSend


DropSend+$you can send five large files of up to 4GB for free per month, 15 sends of up to 8GB if you pay $5 per month, and if you pay $9 monthly, you get 45 transfers of up to 8GB per month. Fast, simple and secure to use, you'll be sending those all-important large files in no time. There's no software to install and it's available with 256bit AES Security.

+$09. Wikisend

Send large files: WikiSend


Wikisend+$is a free file-sharing service that doesn’t require you to create an account to use; you simply upload your file and are given a unique URL to access your file.


+$10. Dropbox

Send large files: Dropbox


Dropbox的+$is probably the most well-known file-sharing tool. You'll almost certainly find that your client already has it installed and is familiar with using it, which is always a bonus.



+$11. MediaFire

Send large files: MediaFire


主人MediaFire+$is designed to make your media files available to you from anywhere. Not only does it store them, but it also includes a player so that you can view over 200 different file formats in your browser – convenient for quickly showing things to clients.


+$12. Senduit

Send large files: Senduit


Senduit+$is simple to use: simply upload your file through the website and you’re provided with a private URL to share your file. The service has a limit of 100MB for files being shared, and allows you to set an expiry time for the files, for durations from 30 minutes up to seven days.