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When you have multiple machines running on a home network, it’s easy to get into the habit of sharing folders indiscriminately, especially if you don’t have a server to act as a file hub. This isn’t a great thing to do on a laptop you regularly connect to other, less secure networks. Fortunately, you don’t have to hunt around your hard drives looking for shared folders and disabling them one-by-one — Windows provides a facility where you can view them all at once.
BitTorrent isn’t the quiet haven it once was. These days, everyone’s looking to throttle your connection, spy on what you’re downloading, or even send you an ominous letter. If you use BitTorrent, you absolutely need to take precautions to hide your identity. Here’s how to do that with a simple proxy.
Windows/OS X/Android: Sharing files between different operating systems usually involves emailing them back and forth as attachments, but Any Send is a slick alternative that acts like a cross-platform AirDrop clone.
You can share files through plenty of sites, so a new one needs a twist to make it compelling. Cloudup’s point of difference: you can send a link to your files before they finish uploading, and you can create collections from local uploads and online sources.