Share your files and folders by emailing tiny 'links' to the people you want to share with. The recipient of your email simply clicks on these links to download the files directly from your PC, the same way they would download files from a website.
Dec 26, 2011 12:06:38
Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Description: Share your files and folders by emailing tiny 'links' to the people you want to share with. SendLink allows you to share either individual files or entire folders - up to your whole hard drive - with a single link.
The recipient of your file-sharing email simply clicks on these links to download the files directly from your PC to theirs using software every Internet user already has, the same exact way they would download files from a website.
If you have sent them a file link, then the download begins as soon as they click on the link in the email.
If you have sent them a folder link, then they will see either an index or a slideshow of available files and subfolders in their Web browser. From either of these, they can select any file to download or subfolder to view with a single additional mouse click.
With SendLink, you retain control over access to your files and folders. Send links to as few or as many people as you like. If you are concerned about privacy, you may password-protect the links you send. When you no longer wish to share a particular file or folder, simply delete the link to cut off access.
Because only tiny links are sent in your file-sharing emails, files sent via SendLink bypass the email system completely, neatly sidestepping technical glitches and privacy issues.
Firewall Manager integrates SendLink with Windows Firewall for ease of configuration and increased security.
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