The Internet was designed to make sharing information easy. But we've all run into roadblocks trying to share larger files. Maybe you've tried to email high-resolution images or a video from your vacation. There's a good chance that your email was rejected.
Fortunately, there are easy ways to share large files like these. There are a number of Websites that will help. Each one has slightly different features. I'll help you find one that fits your needs.
Dropbox (Free)—This service is a powerhouse in the digital world. It is incredibly versatile, and it's great for sharing files. Sharing isn't one-way; your recipients can upload files for you as well.
There are free and paid versions of Dropbox. The free version lets you upload up to 2 gigabytes of files. You can share the files for 30 days. After that, the files are erased. Share your files by sending a download link.
Best for sharing large files over a medium period of time. Also good for collaboration.
WikiSend (Free)—This service is designed for sharing smaller files. It limits you to 100-megabyte uploads. After you upload your files, you can share the link.