The short and quick answer is EVERYONE.
When you are working with computers you will end up (one time or another) needing to send or share files to other people. If it happens in the immediate workplace within a local area network, you can simply create a shared folder where everyone can access it by browsing through shared network resources. In most cases, this is also done by attaching the files you want to share in an email message. The only problem in this approach is that, most email providers like Yahoo Mail, Gmail, Hotmail or AOL impose limitations in the size of file attachments so as not to affect their network badly in terms of data congestion. With Gmail, users can attach a 25MB file attachment. With the rest of the email providers, it is lesser -- 20MB.
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FilesXpress File Sharing service is now allowing the upload and sharing of all file types. That is, during the upload process, the type of file being uploaded is no longer checked so basically, anyone can upload any file types and share the links by any means.
Indeed there are certain files that can harm anyone's computer especially if they are running Windows Operating Systems. To avoid being harm, please only download files being shared to you by someone you know or from a legitimate sharer. FilesXpress could not be held liable for any damage the file has caused to your system.
Another thing is, your computer shall be protected with an antivirus program so that anything you attempt to download from online will be checked prior to... Read more