This year, Microsoft will retire the Windows HomeGroup feature. Let’s take a look at what a HomeGroup was good for, and how you can replace yours.
BitTorrent is one of the most efficient ways of sharing files via the internet, and the best Mac clients are all free!
Files Go is a file management app designed to clean up space on your phone, help you stay organized, and let you share files with other Android users.
iPhone and iPad
iOS has a new new Files app that finally lets you manage your files on the iPhone and iPad, and in true Apple style it’s done without exposing any kind of system functionality.
iPhone and iPad
Received a surprising image of someone’s genitals on your phone while riding on the bus or train? You’ve been bluejacked! Here’s what that means and what you can do to stop it.
Microsoft is shutting down Docs.com. If you’ve been using the service to find or publicly share Office documents, you’ll need to migrate. We’ve compiled the best Docs.com alternatives.
When you need to move files between computers, FTP is a great way to do it. And if you use Windows File Explorer, you no longer need a third-party FTP client. Here’s how…
Need to break a large file down into chunks? These tools will help you do just that.
Did you know that WhatsApp can be used as a personal file storage system using this nifty workaround?
What’s the simplest way to share files with others? Here are several ways that’ll come in handy whether you or the recipient don’t have cloud accounts.
Sending files to someone else (or to another one of your devices) usually requires uploading to a file host, which can be slow and painful. Here’s a method that lets you transfer directly.
At some point you’re going to want an easy way to get the data off the Pi’s SD card and onto your PC’s HDD. This can be tricky.
Your iPhone can capture 4K, slow-motion, or good old 1080p — but what use is glorious video if nobody can see it?
If you’re like most Android users, your Share menu is cluttered with options you never use. It doesn’t have to be that way.
How do you share documents and why? If you frequently need to make files available, private or public, consider Microsoft’s Docs.com. You can share online or straight from Office 2016.
iPhone and iPad
Apple doesn’t always make it easy to get things like PDFs, videos, or iWork files from your Mac to your iPhone. Here’s what you need to know.
Microsoft Cache was the clipboard manager re-imagined. While Cache is now defunct, you can still try alternative clipboard apps. We show you the ones you have to know about!
USB drives aren’t that secure, even if you add some basic password protection to them. Instead, go ninja and hide them plain sight, by making a masterful USB drive disguise.
Installed file transfer tools may be better for sending heavy files from one device to another. But here are five solutions when you need something simpler without installing anything.
Sick of dragging files into email messages whenever you want to share something? There might be a better way.
If you’re sharing files through cloud hosting, it can be useful to track when those files are downloaded and how often. Here are three methods to do just that.
If you need to transfer files between your Android device and Mac computer, these tools make it quick and easy.
Microsoft could be using your PC to share files, which can end up eating a lot of your bandwidth. Here’s how to turn it off for good.
You can use different tools and third-party programs to make your geeky work easier. Let’s explore a few professions where professionals can benefit creatively by using Dropbox.