Good program to send files to others with??

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  1. juvental604

    juvental604 I like to pee upside down OT Supporter

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    I need something easy and simple for other people to install and use. MSN is way too slow to send stuff with and its not my connection or firewall. Bit torrent , irc and ftp is too complicated for someone who doesnt use computers much. So what else is there??
     
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    ftp or email
     
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    P07r0457 New Member

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    filezilla > cute
     
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    By far the easiest solution - assuming you're not talking about a large number of transfers
     
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    aol instant messanger works well for computer noobs...
     
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    HTTP.

    Set up a basic web server on your pc and open port 80 (or another port like 81 if your ISP blocks it) on your firewall, then have them point their browser at your IP.
     
  10. daneeyah

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    one of the best :wiggle:
     

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