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Sharing large amounts of data with your friends can really be a hassle if you don’t know of efficient and easy ways to do it. One way is you can use an external storage medium such as an external HDD, USB, etc. This way is convenient for most of us, best for the average users, regardless of the fact that it drains 50% of our precious time in the process. Think about it. first you’ve to copy files to the external media and then copy it again from there to another computer. Isn’t that a waste of time clearly? Here’s when you’ve to look for alternatives if you treasure your time. The best way would be the one which would consume the least time, and must be easy to get along with. This is only possible when you directly transfer file to the another Computer, eliminating the need of a third media.
Windows comes along with built-in File Sharing feature that can be used to share data throughout your network. Don’t worry if you don’t have a network, you can use this feature even by easily linking two computers via a LAN cable, or in other words, by networking two Computers.
This tutorial is really easy to follow and will help you in getting started with LAN file transfers in no time.
Things You Will Require
Ethernet/LAN cable (technical name: RJ45/8P8C)
Two Computers with Ethernet/LAN ports.
How to get things done?
Start up both the computers. You know you have to do this.
Network two of them with the LAN Cable. I mean to say, insert the jack of one end into one of the Computers, and obviously, the other goes into the second Computer.
You will see that both the Computers will recognize an unknown LAN network. Go to “Network & Sharing Center” and Enable File Sharing.
Go to “Network” (or “View Network Connections” on older versions of Windows).
You’d find the networked PC listed over there. Open it, and enter the Username and Password of the other Computer you’re trying to connect to.
For you to be able to connect to another PC, it is necessary that the User Account on the other PC has a password set.
Now you can view the Shared Folders of that Computer to which you’re connected.
How to share Folders over the network?
Right-click on the Folder and open “Properties”, browse over to the “Sharing” tab and click on the “Advanced Sharing” button.
In the “Advanced Sharing” dialogue box, Check the “Share this folder” option. Click “Apply” and then “Ok”. This may take some time if you have a large number of files in that folder, just be patient.
You now know how to share a Folder as well as how to connect two computers to a Network and enable sharing. This is how you can easily drag and drop files between two computers and save yourself from bugging data transfers. Hope you liked this tutorial, if you have any queries, don’t hesitate to drop comments below.
Remark: It’s a good measure to disable sharing of folders once you’re done with your work. I once forgot to do this after returning from a friend’s house and realized that my neighbors at my local network had access to my files, which they shouldn’t.
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This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of MyTies. All opinions are 100% mine.
Privacy has become a matter of primary concern among internet users, specially the social ones! You can never be sure that the information you share online will not be used in an adverse way against you. This one goes specially for the teenagers.
Social Networking is of the people’s favorite hobby these days. Most of us spend time on various Social Networking sites like Facebook, Myspace, Friendster, etc. sharing strings of our lives with our fellow friends or relatives. It is good to be social, but being too social can create a world of troubles for you too. Over the past few years there have been many such cases where people had to pay for being over-social. One of the recent cases is of a car being stolen from the parking lot, just a few minutes after the man posted his parking location as a tweet and told that he was going off for a while. There are many such people who keep looking for opportunities to carry out their evil plans.
Here at this point, I’d like to introduce you to MyTies.com. MyTies is a free, mobile-only, private social networking application for iPhone. The good thing about it is you can arrange your contacts into groups and then share specific data (like messages, photos, videos, location information) among different groups. You can have various separate groups for your friends, colleagues, co-workers, relatives, etc. This way, you can share only the information that is relevant to one group, privately.
In my opinion, Private Social Networking will be a really good idea to go with. If you had a Private Social Network along with a Social Network, things would be amazing. Imagine, you could share all the harmless data with the Social Network and at the same time, share the sensitive information with the Private Social Network which would have only the really important persons of your life.
It’s not something new to say that the computers get slower over time, start hanging, and ultimately crash. You would have heard many people quoting the age of the computer (or the most recent OS reinstall) whenever you ask them WHY IS THIS RUNNING SO SLOW?