Friday, October 08, 2010

One of my new found friends is a tool called HFS.

You can use HFS (HTTP File Server) to send and receive files.

It's different from classic file sharing because it uses web technology to be more compatible with today's Internet.

It also differs from classic web servers because it's very easy to use and runs "right out-of-the box".

Access your remote files, over the network.

The beauty of this extremely small app ( 600 KByte)  is that it's easier to set it up than to setup an ftp server.

Most users don't always know how to handle ftp downloads  but are all very comfortable with http, the standard web protocol.

It's ready to use straight out of the box and you will be amazed how awesome this app is.

I always have it on my thumb drive and because it doesn't need to be installed, i simply run it off any system i plug the drive into.

What is it?
... it's file sharing
... it's webserver
... it's open source
... it's free
... it's guaranteed to contain no malware

  • Download and upload

  • Virtual file system

  • Highly customizable

  • HTML template

  • Bandwidth control

  • Easy/Expert mode

  • Log

  • Full control over connections

  • Accounts

  • Dynamic DNS updater

  • It's a great app and best of all it's free, i suggest you head out there right way and get it while you can before they start charging for this awesome app, you might also want to consider donating to the developers.

    Download link below

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