Once iCloud for Windows is fully up and running (as it should be in the not-too-distant future), it'll be easy to transfer files between your Mac, your iOS device, and even your PC. But what if you need to share files between a Mac and a PC now? Many people these days have more than one computer at home, and if your Mac sits on the same network as a Windows PC or two, being able to share files between them is a must. We'll show you how to do it with minimal effort.
This year's Consumer Electronics Show winds down today in Las Vegas, but there are still plenty of new products and services to talk about, including a few featured in our Wednesday recap. But we have a feeling that 2014 will have plenty more to offer in the days, weeks and months ahead, so stay tuned to this channel and we'll keep dishing out whatever tech companies have to throw at us!
Cloud sharing services are all the rage these days, and there's certainly no shortage of them. But, the best ones are super easy to use and get the job done. We've done the work for you and rounded up the 5 best ways to share files for free. Every service offers something a little different, and we're sure there's one that will work best for your needs.
Users love Dropbox and with good reason: It keeps our stuff conveniently available in the cloud whenever we need it. There’s just one problem: Creating links to share these files with others has never been exactly easy -- until today.
Between Dropbox and Box and SugarSync and countless others, does the world need one more cloud sharing service? The makers of LogMeIn seem to think so, which is why Cubby is being rolled out by invitation only preview today.
Web file sharing service YouSendIt has jumped into the cloud-based file sharing pool with new apps for desktop and mobile; and at first glance, YouSendIt 1.52.4 is a modest update to the company’s previous iOS client, adding native iPad support, passcode lock, and user interface enhancements. But the refreshed app is now part of a broader strategy that goes beyond its humble roots.
If you've enabled File Sharing in the system preferences, you may be wondering how to connect to external Macs within a network via AFP. It's easy with a little Finder trick. Plus, we'll also show you how to connect back to your Mac from anywhere around the world.
If you need to share files from your computer with other internet users, there’s no easier way to do it than Presence, the app formerly known as FarFinder. With this week’s 2.7 update, the developer has improved reliability for the software as well as making the marquee feature EasyConnect absolutely free unless you transfer a lot of data.