How To Send Large files between computers for free Online


You can easily send large files directly between computers for free. If you send files via email, the maximum you can send per email is just 20 mb. May be you can store a lot in that 7 gb space, but you can’t send larger files. Here is an online tool that lets you to send large files between computers for free. It is like browser to browser file sharing.

I don’t know how many of you are aware of this Opera Unite web server on a web browser, where this allows you to send unlimited data between computers for free. Anyway, if you’re not using that, you can use this free online tool that lets you to share large files between computers for free. We have also discussed about Spiting large files into smaller ones.

Files Over Miles is a P2P file sharing using your browser for free. You can send large files between computers. All you need to do is, just hit, select your file from your PC, and get the Unique URL which can be sent to other person to download.

You need latest version of Adobe Flash player to work on Files over miles. You can also protect the file using a password, so that other users cannot download. Your files are sent the shortest way – directly between the recipient and you. There are no intermediate servers slowing down the process. Your file is encrypted and sent direct to another user. No intermediate servers.

Files Over Miles – Send large files between computers

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  1. Frank says:

    I personally use FilesDIRECT to send large files and store them online: you can send 2GB files even with the free plan, storage starts at 10 GB, there’s no software to install AND it includes 128-bit SSL encryption on all transfers. Pretty sweet!

  2. WimP says:

    this is the only bad part of there service that i can find
    copy and paste from files over miles faq

    Unfortunately, there is a limit on the maximum size of a file that can be sent between a sender and a recipient. This limit is only because FilesOverMiles is based on Adobe Flash Player that requires that the uploaded or downloaded file is stored entirely in the computer memory (RAM). As a consequence, a sender may upload only those files that are smaller than the memory available on his/her computer. In turn, a recipient may download only those files that are smaller than half of the memory available on his/her computer. Hopefully, upcoming versions of Adobe Flash Player will remove this limitation and then FilesOverMiles will have no file size limits.

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