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AeroFS: Share Files Securely Through a Private Cloud

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AeroFS is an application that helps you build a private cloud storage through which you can share information with other collaborators and friends. The website allows you to share certain folders and the files they contain directly with other AeroFS users over a very secure network.


Your first step is to create an account by signing up for one on the service’s website. Next, you download the application that is compatible with the operating system of the device you are going to use AeroFS on.

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So far, supported operating systems include Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, and Android. For Windows, the application version you download is sized a little over 30 MB. Once you have the application running, you can open it from the System Tray to specify the details of the account that you created earlier. You can also select a folder that you will be using to share your files.


Since the application uses the Internet to enable file sharing and collaboration, it also lets you specify the download rate and upload rate being used by it. You can set the options to unlimited or limit them to a specific rate.


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When this is done, you can begin inviting other AeroFS users to begin sharing files with them. For each folder that you share with AeroFS, you can have up to 3 team mates. The application also offers a premium service priced at $10 that supports up to 50 team mates.


  • A user friendly web service.
  • Offers clients for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android.
  • Lets you share files online securely through a private cloud.
  • Lets you limit download rate and upload rate.
  • Related: Thinkature.

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  1. Larry Kiser
    January 27, 2017 at 4:55 pm

    I found this very useful. I have two questions on items I can not figure out. I need to learn how to skip the first row of data (it is just header information) and distorts the x axis. And I need to learn how to combine date/time that is present in two seperate columns. If I have the same timestamp on two different days it doesnt know where to send it, so I need to order by date, then by time. Following very close to your example - I have x1Var as Date and x2Var as time.