Many companies have started international business, and transnational file transfers have become more frequent. With the development of business and the expansion of company scale, many companies have set up branches overseas. However, due to the influence of the transmission distance and network environment, the quality of internationally transferred files is often greatly compromised. Whether it is email transmission or FTP transmission, there may be unexpected interruptions in transmission, damage to transmission files, slow transmission speed, and excessive time-consuming, etc. problem. If an enterprise user's transcontinental transfer company's important data is damaged or even leaked, it will be a fatal blow to the enterprise. Raysync large file transfer actively responds to the national "open cooperation" strategy, focuses on the development of global cooperation, and helps the smooth development of multinational enterprises' business. Relying on the self-developed Proxy high-speed transmission protocol, raysync transmission has provided numerous companies with large file remote transmission solutions, brought a stable and efficient sharing and collaboration platform for many multinational companies, and has become a god help for the cross-regional development of corporate business. File long-distance transmission, high speed and stability Raysync transmission is based on UDP patented transmission software technology, which breaks through the limitations of traditional network transmission. Its emergence makes up for transmission shortcomings such as FTP, HTTP or CIFS, and maximizes the use of network bandwidth. The utilization rate is over 96% and the transmission speed is increased by 10- 100 times, efficiently solve the problem of network delay and packet loss. Even in long-distance, cross-border, and weak network environments, it can still provide reliable, safe, and stable accelerated transmission services. Fully guarantee corporate data security Raysync is based on the SSL encrypted transmission protocol, adopts the world's top financial-level AES-256 encryption technology, and has built-in CVE vulnerability scanning to add multiple defense walls to corporate documents, effectively resist external attacks, ensure the privacy of the transmission process, and ensure data integrity and security . Support Chinese and English language switching Raysync transmission supports Chinese and English language switching, helping companies get rid of language barriers in the process of cross-border communication, and allowing corporate files to reach the world. Simple operation, flexible and efficient business management Support SDK integration, rapid deployment to the company's existing system, the system uses the web-side operation mode, the operation is simple and easy to use, complete document management module, authority management settings, effectively improve the efficiency of multi-department collaboration. How to quickly transfer 100GB large files across borders? In today's era of high-speed development of the Internet, it is no longer a problem. raysync transmission is a professional data transmission solution for enterprises to maximize the value of data and help enterprises to efficiently transfer files!
Data transfer has played an important role for enterprises to conduct business with its customers, partners and suppliers while acting as its foundation in mining data value. However, the emergence of the Big Data era has spawned a massive amount of data, while various data types and interactive scenarios have become increasingly complex, the efficiency and security of data transfer is also facing its challenges. If enterprises desire to continue extract value and create opportunities, the foremost priority is to tackle data transfer. Challenges: ● While the amount of data has skyrocketed, the transfer efficiency is still poor; ● Data types are diverse and traditional transferring methods are difficult to guarantee its integrity; ● Network environment is complex while the cases of data loss and leakage are increasing; ● Cross-regional and long-distance teamwork has increased, but high latency and high packet loss rate have also become prominent. The key to solving the challenges above is to find a first-class data transfer engine. This would eminently support enterprises to build a high-speed, secure, and stable environment for data transfer, which brings an edge to lead in a data-driven development. The Great TCP Bottleneck Transfer protocol is the foundation beneath every data transfer, in which TCP is the most commonly used IP transport layer protocol. Compared to other protocols, TCP is able to provide a more reliable service for establishing connections between specific network systems and applications. Originally developed in the early 1970s when networks were still local and data files were small, TCP served as the basic protocol which enabled data to move efficiently and reliably within the local area network with very small bandwidth. To maintain this reliability, TCP ensures that the application data transmitted in a single TCP connection arrives at the receiver’s application in the same sequence as when it was sent. Therefore, TCP uses an algorithm to establish the connection between the sender and receiver, creating transfer requests in turn, and splitting the data into packets, which are then sent separately through the network without the need for acknowledgement until reaching its definition limit. . The sliding window protocol is used by TCP to define the data buffer. Figure 1 below is a simplified diagram that demonstrates how TCP sends out small packets over the network and how TCP windowing controls how much data can be transmitted without acknowledgement. As the packets are delayed, TCP will then slow down the transfer rate with a smaller window size, which further limits the number of unacknowledged packets allowed. TCP algorithm is proved to be effective when data transfer occurs over a short distance while the network is not congested. However, when the round trip time of packet transfer is inevitably increased by distance, both the performance and efficiency shall be affected. Especially under the scenarios of long-distance, transnational transfer, the transfer of large files and massive small files will expose the drawbacks of TCP protocol: ● Low transfer efficiency, end-to-end transfer requires sequence acknowledgement, the data processing is slow; ● Increase of data loss rate and latency when large files are transmitted; ● Extreme congestion control throttling which results in unnatural throughput loss; ● TCP cannot guarantee its reliability, its file check mechanism is imperfect. In essence, TCP cannot be defined as a reliable transfer in the true sense of the word. Especially under the pressure of data volume and distant transfer, TCP is unable to guarantee the efficiency of transfer and yet it may expose enterprises to data security threats. Raysync – A Brand New Transfer Protocol Raysync’s high-speed transfer protocol is a core transfer technology developed by Shenzhen Yunyu Technology Co., Ltd. based on the UDP transfer protocol. This breakthrough technology does not simply optimize or accelerate data transfer but it takes a leap forward in the transfer technology to completely eliminate the underlying bottleneck while overcoming the limitations of traditional network and hardware. Raysync is able to fully make use of network bandwidth thus provides an ultra-low latency, high speed and end-to-end output service. The transmission rate can be increased by nearly 100 times, achieving over 96% of bandwidth utilization rate while easily adhering to the security, controllability and stability requirements for TB-level large files and massive small files transfer. Transport Layer: A Black Tech that Overthrows the TCP Protocol The TCP transfer protocol does provide a reliable data transfer under ideal conditions, but with its fixed throughput bottleneck, a prominent and serious condition would occur due to high packet loss and latency caused by a long-distance network transfer. Raysync guarantees reliability in the application layer with an innovative method that eliminates drawbacks such as low efficiency in TCP, packet loss, processing errors and unstable transfer rate. To ensure 100% reliability, Raysync adopts the best mechanism that accurately identifies and passes on the actual packet loss condition on the transfer channel. Application Layer: Best Alternative to FTP The FTP transfer protocol has been used for more than 40 years, but it is also a fact that the efficiency of FTP file transfer has been far less than the growth rate of data in the face of today's complex file exchange requirements. FTP is even worse in the file management tasks that enterprises urgently need today. In order to transfer files while maintaining security through FTP, this requires complex scripts, continuous maintenance, and even other applications to assist. All of which may cause time and money losses to enterprises by varying degrees. Basing upon UDP’s high-speed transfer protocol, Raysync breaks through the bottleneck of large file transfer which satisfy enterprises’ needs by building an intelligent transfer platform that processes and integrates massive data at an unprecedented speed. Fast, Secure and Reliable Large File Transfer System With its high-speed transfer protocol, Raysync provides all-around support for enterprises in large file interactions and cross-platform cooperation, achieving standardization within and between enterprises. Raysync’s intelligent data compression and intermittent transfer technology can also effectively reduce the network load, providing breakpoint resume and data verification to ensure stable and reliable data transfer. The intelligent management system is able to meet the business requirements of enterprises such as data interaction, sync and backup. Raysync makes sure to quickly integrate itself into existing OA, ERP and other enterprise systems, thus effectively reducing R&D costs to achieve data file linkage between business systems and operating system platforms, avoiding data islands. While Raysync has been continuously improving its file transfer acceleration technology, it also embraces the objectives of solving enterprise file transfer management into its scope of service to a full extent, building a smart file transfer system: ● Data Synchronization Supports two-way file synchronization that maintains the consistency of data across multiple devices, ensuring no redundant fragmented files are produced and multi-point data sync are efficient. ● Point-to-point Transfer Adopts user ID to achieve point-to-point transfer, eliminating intermediate transfer for rapid file-sharing. ● Standard Bank-Level Encryption Technology With the AES-256+SSL+Random salt high-density encryption algorithm, even the developers are unable to recover the root password through the stored ciphertext, making sure the data security is worry-free. ● Audit Trails Uses transmission logs and operations logs to supervise user behavior, easily trace all operations and file content, effectively control improper usage behavior and help enterprises to achieve better file management. ● User-defined Management User-defined management perfectly plots out the organizational structure, supporting group management by defining regions, departments, and role-based permissions that set authority to standardize enterprise users' operation. ● Intelligence Nodes Management With intelligence nodes management equipped, it supports unified management of all node machines in both the internal and external network environment to monitor and collect all operation logs and data synchronously. ● Hybrid Cloud Storage Raysync supports more than 10 mainstream storage methods including hybrid storage effectively to assist enterprises to store, backup, migrate and synchronize their files in an orderly manner. Broad Experience in Servicing the Industry In order to aid enterprises to overcome challenges brought by Big Data, Raysync has been focusing on developing a secure and reliable large file transfer technology and solution with first-class performance for many years. Through continuous technological innovation and real-world applications, Raysync has served across many industries and sectors such as high-end manufacturing, scientific research, life sciences, film and television media, etc. Film & Media Industry Challenges: Most film and television productions are edited and created by people scattered among different firms and overseas institutions, in which a large amount of audio, video, images and other content has to be uploaded and downloaded. This mass amount of data flow has led to low efficiency of file interactions, and the delay of the production cycle may seriously affect the production efficiency. Solutions: ● Raysync provides the specific audio-visual content transfer solution for the film and media industry to accelerate the transfer of a massive amount of content through Raysync’s ultra-high-speed transfer protocol. ● Intelligently optimize the network bandwidth and effectively reduce the network latency and packet loss caused by transnational and ultra-long distance transfer. ● Build a one-click file sync environment to ensure that all stakeholders can receive the latest and complete media content, this would help the film and media industry to carry out their production work efficiently and smoothly. IT & Internet Industry Challenges: One of the daily challenges faced by the IT & Internet industry is that massive data needs to be backed up synchronously at multiple endpoints. However, due to the tremendous number of large files, the connectivity issues between the transmission service and single file storage server could lead to the inability to fully utilize network bandwidth, instability and data migration issues. Solutions: ● Raysync applies intelligent distributed transfer to improve the speed of transfer several times and optimize the usage of network bandwidth. ● The Raysync data migration system supports multiple computer clusters for parallel transfer with a maximum transfer efficiency that could reach 100 Gbps. ● Built-in file verification and encrypted transfer technology guarantee end-to-end security, integrity, and consistency of data. This ensures that the whole migration process can be completed in a short time with a 100% success rate and zero failure. Financial Industry Challenges: Most financial institutions expand and develop through their branches, but this often leads to fragmentation of data and application environment. And when "organizational performance" becomes the priority of business development, it is necessary for them to collect a vast number of operation logs and integrate the data to improve the efficiency of business development. Solutions: ● Raysync’s admin console allows financial enterprises to quickly collect operation logs, monitor transfer logs, manage user groups, configure file permissions, etc. to promote the rapid improvement of its organizational performance. ● In the meantime, the AES-256+TLS encryption algorithm also plays an important role in the whole process, providing top-level security for the financial industry. Medical & Health Industry Challenges: The problem of isolated data islands has long plagued the health industry, potentially hindering the data analysis to improve the overall quality of medical and health services. In the meantime, the issues with transfer and data storage that is directly related to customers’ sensitive data and massive data generated from genetic research have also impeded the development of the medical and health industry. Solutions: ● Raysync’s large file transfer solution helps to integrate the data across different islands and systems, providing a unified data set for medical and health providers, researchers, and institutions. This is extremely convenient for the stakeholders to collect and analyze data to accelerate the leveraging of Big Data. ● In order to tackle the issues of transferring sensitive data, Raysync adopts standard bank-level encryption and an effective file management system to provide a secure environment for users retrieving the data and the data itself. With the evolution of information technology continuing at a rapid pace, enterprise data transfer is no longer a simple matter. Especially in such complex market conditions, enterprises should not only consider whether the transfer technology is powerful enough but should also take high-quality service guarantees into consideration when choosing the right solution. About Raysync Solution As a one-stop solution provider, Raysync has independently developed its core transfer technology with its professional technical teams to offer high-performance, secure, and reliable large file transfer and file management services for major enterprises.
Company: Studio 51 Industry: Motion Pictures & Film Product: Raysync SMB Profile: As a visual effects production studio founded in 2013, Studio 51 is dedicated to film, entertainment and advertising industries. Collaborating with the local and global network of experienced talented artists, Studio 51 can provide a broad range of creative solutions. They offer professional services including concept design, pre-production, shoot supervision, and post-production. Challenges: The challenge Studio 51 faced is to exchange data around the world. Because of the inherent problems associated with transferring large files abroad via traditional methods, such as latency and packet loss, the transfer time was unacceptably slow, resulting in avoidable downtime and overall workflow inefficiency. Solutions: To overcome the challenges, Studio 51 deployed Raysync SMB. The Raysync admin console is deployed in Hong Kong, then the fast and secure data exchanging is guaranteed between Studio 51’s other offices in Germany, Sweden, and India through Raysync high-speed transfer protocol. Raysync SMB provides Studio 51 with fast file transfer speeds and maximizes their bandwidth and guarantees that all of the content that distribute or receive arrives on time. Besides, Raysync helps Studio 51 to create multiple user groups and give them different access permission, which simplified the work procedure, made the management easier, and greatly improved the work efficiency. Results: The Raysync solution enabled The Studio 51 team to edit and transfer all of their content from across the globe at blazing speeds. With the enhanced methods from Raysync SMB, the Studio 51 was able to achieve speeds hundreds of times faster than traditional methods, ensuring the delivery of large files from anywhere in the world, while providing security, reliability. Workflow: Raysync & Studio 51
There is nothing more exciting than owning a brand new computer. Usually, a new computer means getting many new features, more functions, better graphics, and more storage space. However, if you need to transfer files from the old computer to the new computer, it may reduce some excitement. Want to know how to transfer files from one computer to another? We will help you determine the best method. Several factors affect the process, such as how many files you need to transfer, the size of the files, and the operating systems of the two computers. Transferring files is not an overly complicated process, but it may take several hours to complete, depending on the amount of data you need to transfer. There are several ways to transfer old files from one computer to another. Here are the five most common methods you can try. 1. Cloud storage or web data transfer You can use a variety of cloud storage providers to send and download files. The storage provider you use depends on your personal preference. Why are cloud drives so useful in file transfer? Since these cloud-based services allow you to download and transfer files of almost unlimited size, storage space allows. If you don’t have cloud storage or would rather not use it, you can also use network software to upload larger files. The free file transfer platform can upload files up to 5GB in one go. Hate the registration service? Don’t worry, you don’t even need to register for an account or download software. This is a simplified answer to file sharing needs. 2. SSD and HDD drives via SATA cables Trying to transfer data from the old laptop to the new laptop? If your old computer is not working properly, you may think that you are out of choice in terms of recovering data, but thankfully, you are wrong. The two solid-state drives and the hard drive use SATA cables to connect them to the main circuit board, also called the motherboard. You can connect the old hard drive to the SATA SSD or eSATA port in the new computer. After installing the old drive, the operating system in the new PC will read the drive and start transferring data through it. One problem you may encounter with this method is to find an additional SATA port. To solve this problem, you may need to use a SATA USB converter. Once all the files have been removed from the old hard drive, you can choose to use it as an external storage device. If you want to back up any important files, this is a good tool. 3. Basic cable transfer In addition to relying on cloud-based services or external hard drives, you can also use various cables to transfer data. This method is usually faster than using a drive because the files are copied and pasted onto the PC one by one. After connecting the device through the USB port, the transfer software included with the cable will guide you to complete the migration of files and settings. If both PCs have USB 3.0 ports, you can transfer data faster, so keep this in mind when starting the file migration process. If you need any cables or accessories to start the data transfer, HP provides a variety of cables to give you the best experience. 4. Transfer data via WiFi or LAN If both computers are on the same network and within range, you can set up a local area network so that one PC can be used to search the hard drive of the other PC to select the files to be transferred. Windows 10 and other operating systems have built-in settings that allow users to set up a home network so that devices on the same network can recognize each other. What does this mean for users? Well, every time you transfer files from PC to PC, you don't need to go through the process of establishing a new connection. As long as both devices are powered on, the connection is always accessible. 5. Use an external storage device or flash drive In addition to sending files via e-mail, this is probably the most popular PC-to-PC file transfer method. The file has a fairly strict file size limit, up to about 25MB. For this data sharing method, you only need to complete a few steps: Insert the USB flash drive into the old computer; After the flash drive is recognized, copy the required files and applications to the drive; Use appropriate steps to unplug the flash drive ; Insert the flash drive into the new computer and transfer data; This copy and paste method is user-friendly but is limited by the storage capacity of the external device. If both computers that you want to transfer data between have USB 3.0 ports, you may need to purchase a USB 3.0 flash drive, which has very fast data transfer speeds. The more data you have to migrate to the new device, the more important the speed of the transfer rate. If you plan to move a large number of files, even a small difference in speed can cause a difference in hours. Since flash drives generally have more limited storage availability, many users may want to consider upgrading to an external hard drive to move files. The Raysync large file transfer solution is committed to meeting the needs of large data transfer within the enterprise or with external partners, providing efficient and controllable accelerated transfer of large files, ultra-long distance, transnational network data transfer, secure file asset distribution, file management and Organize permissions management, support local deployment and cloud services, and provide enterprises with safe, stable, efficient and convenient large file interactive technical support and services.
At work, I often encounter the situation of sending large files. File transfer is always restricted, and file transfer always has problems. How to send large files for free? The following teaches you how to transfer large files, for reference only. 1. Use file compression If you want to send large files for free, using file compression can help you achieve that goal, or even make it faster. More importantly, because this method can shrink the file you want to send, and the recipient can extract the file without downloading any software because most operating systems are competent, it can also help you store it. The process of using file compression is very simple: just put the files in a single folder, and then compress all the files at once. 2. Use a USB flash drive Another great way to send large files for free is to use a USB flash drive. The size of the flash drive should depend on how much data you want to store on it. You only need to plug it into any USB port of your PC and upload large files to it. It is especially useful to send large files between colleagues and colleagues you can see. Another benefit of a USB flash drive is that it can easily reduce the burden on the computer, but if the drive is infected by a virus, the files may be hidden or damaged. 3. Use VPN In addition to helping you protect your data and provide you with more privacy, a virtual private network can also send large files for free. Contrary to many people's beliefs, today's Internet service providers often use broadband traffic management to regulate upload bandwidth . By using a VPN, you can avoid these restrictions because your ISP cannot determine the type of file you are sending. You can use a large number of free VPNs to transfer large files. A common problem with this method is that the recipient may not receive all files in their entirety. 4. Cloud storage Using cloud storage space is one of the easiest and most popular ways to send large files for free. It works by allowing you to upload files to the cloud and then share the files you want to send with others. But there is a small problem: cloud storage services are not completely free. 5. Raysync The Raysync large file transfer solution is committed to meeting the needs of large data transfer within the enterprise or with external partners, providing efficient and controllable accelerated transfer of large files, ultra-long distance, transnational network data transfer, secure file asset distribution, file management, and Organize authority management, support local deployment and cloud services, and provide enterprises with secure, stable, efficient, and convenient large file interactive technical support and services.
Company: Outpost Facilities Industry: Broadcast & Media Product: Raysync Enterprise Profile: Founded in 1999, Outpost is the largest independent Picture Post production company based at Pinewood Studios in the UK. They specialize in managing Film and Television post-production projects from shoot to delivery. Challenges: One critical challenge faced by the Outpost TEAM was slow data transfer speeds, especially when moving large digital content. Outpost needed to distribute finished video content to their users who are scattered mostly in Europe and USA. The size of files is usually between 100 and 1000GB. The file transfers were lengthy, taking many hours, and sometimes days, to successfully complete. Outpost realized that it was necessary to find a file transfer solution to handle their complex workflows. Solution: With the assistance of Raysync Fast Transfer server, Outpost’s worldwide clients transfer their video content to Raysync admin console via the Raysync user console. Outpost distributes the video content to their clients using the accelerated Raysync file transfer protocol. From installation to configuration, the process was quick, simple, and had no downtime. Outpost’s existing FTP server was connected to the Raysync service. All the file transfers are now at full internet connection speed – transferring securely from end to end. Results: - Increased transfer speeds - Enhanced user experience - Guaranteed delivery for every transfer - Data is always secure during every transfer - Transfers are immune to latency and packet loss Workflow: Raysync & Outpost Facilities
You need to repeat vast files from your phone to your pc. perhaps it is an extended video or an oversized document. If the file is simply too giant to be directly transferred via email, cable, or alternative standard ways, however, am I able to get the massive file on the computer? If you utilize a Mac and iPhone or iPad, you'll use Apple's delivery to transfer files to your pc. However, neither Windows nor golem supports delivery. during this case, there are choices offered between Windows, Mac, iOS, and golem devices, as well as Google Photos, Bluetooth transfer, and third-party programs like Snapdrop and Readdle documents. Let's check it out. Use delivery If you haven't used delivery to transfer files between iPhone, iPad, or Mac, it'll be easy. On your phone or pill, open the massive file you would like to repeat. faucet the "Share" icon and choose "AirDrop." On the delivery screen, choose your mack. You should see the delivery notification on your mack, and therefore the files are going to be traced mechanically. Open the "Downloads" folder on your mack to access it. Use Google Photos On golem phones, photos or videos ought to be mechanically saved and synced to Google Photos, which implies you'll access them on mobile devices and computers. If this doesn't work for you, please open the app and enter "Settings". activate the "Backup and Sync" switch. If you transfer the app from Apple’s App Store, you'll additionally use Google Photos on your iPhone or iPad. In the app, click the hamburger icon, then choose Settings>Backup and adjust, so activate the Backup and adjust switch. If you are doing use Google Photos to adjust and store each ikon and video you're taking on your phone, simply listen to the space for storing Google Photos. If you comply with store 16-megapixel photos and 1080p videos, Google provides unlimited space for storing, except for larger space for storing, you will have to be compelled to purchase additional space for storing. Use BlueTooth Android devices will use Bluetooth to send files to Windows ten computers, however not for iPhone or iPad. you initially have to be compelled to link and try your golem phone with Windows ten, so confirm that the Bluetooth operation of each device is turned on. On a Windows ten pc, visit "Settings"> "Devices." within the "Bluetooth and alternative devices" section, click the link on the correct, that is "Send or receive files via Bluetooth." On your golem phone, visit the file you would like to transfer to the computer. mistreatment of the "File" application could be convenient thanks to trying this. Press the file, click the share icon, and choose Bluetooth. On the consecutive screen, select the name of your computer. The "Bluetooth File Transfer" screen on your pc ought to show the file being transferred. Be patient; the larger the file, the longer it'll take. once the transfer is complete, you'll be ready to save the file and choose the folder destination. The disadvantage of Bluetooth is its slow transfer speed, particularly for giant files. Google is developing a file transfer feature for golem, referred to as "Nearby Sharing", however, there's no news regarding once this feature is going to be offered. At constant time, some third-party programs permit you to send files from any device to any pc. Snapdrop Snapdrop could be a web-based file transfer tool that may copy photos, videos, and alternative files between completely different devices and computers. Launch the website on your pc and mobile device. The screen on your pc ought to be ready to acknowledge your phone or pill, and therefore the mobile device ought to be ready to acknowledge the browser on your computer. To transfer files from the phone to the pc, faucet the icon on the phone screen. You currently have 3 choices. you'll take a replacement ikon or video and transfer it, otherwise, you will realize associate existing file to transfer within the ikon library. For alternative sorts of files, please click the "Browse" choice to get the files saved to your portable or online storage sites. After the file to be touched is fetched, the transfer can begin. Then, you'll be ready to check the transfer standing on your phone and pc. After the transfer is complete, a prompt can pop asking you to ignore or transfer the file. Click transfer. Then, you'll open or transfer the file on your pc. The Raysync large file transfer resolution is committed to meeting the requirements of enormous knowledge transfer inside the enterprise or with external partners, providing economical and manageable accelerated transfer of enormous files, ultra-long distance, multinational network knowledge transfer, secure file quality distribution, file management, and Organize authority management, support native readying and cloud services, and supply enterprises with secure, stable, efficient, and convenient giant file interactive technical support and services.
You might think that simple operations are as simple as transferring files between computers on a home network. Unfortunately, this is not the case. On the company network, the company’s IT department usually creates a network shared drive, and anyone connected to the computer can place and exchange files over the network. On your home network, you don’t have an IT department that can do this for you. You don’t need to worry, because there are many easy ways to do this. 1. Proximity sharing: Share files in Windows 10 Before April 2018, to share files through your home network, you need to try to set up a so-called "homegroup." This is a group of computers connected to the common network group on the home network. It allows file sharing, but due to security software or network firewalls, its settings are very complicated and it does not always work properly. Microsoft is very grateful that it introduced other simpler ways to share files over the network . Sharing on the local network involves a feature called nearby sharing. You need to enable "Nearby Sharing" on all computers you want to share files with. To do this, do the following: Open the settings and click System. Choose a shared experience. Scroll down and find nearby shares. Switch the switch to on. Set the drop-down menu below it to everyone nearby. After enabling "Nearby Sharing" on all Windows 10 computers on the network, you can start sharing files with them. To do this, open FileExplorer, right-click on the share you want to share and select Share. You will now see all computers with nearby sharing enabled under the Find more people section. When you select the remote computer system, a notification will appear that there is an incoming file on another computer. Choose Save and Open or Save to start the file transfer. 2. Transfer files via email Another method of transferring files between computers, not only through the local network but also through the Internet, is to share via e-mail. The process is similar to "sharing nearby." Just right-click the file you want to transfer and select share. At the top of the "Share" window, you will see the email contacts you want to select. Click Find more people to open your email contacts, and then select from your contact list. This will open an email compose page. You can edit the email or click Send to send the file. If you have not yet used the email service of your choice, you may need to grant Windows permission to send an email on your behalf. When receiving a file via email, you can receive it on any device . 3. Transfer files via the cloud Another way to transfer files from a Windows 10 PC to other devices is through the cloud. You can achieve this by sharing files to any Windows application that supports services such as OneDrive or Google Drive. Just right-click the file you want to transfer and select share. At the bottom of the "Share" window, you will see a list of Windows applications to choose from. At least one of them should be OneDrive. After opening the application, just click the "Add" button to add the file to your OneDrive cloud account. The file will be uploaded to your OneDrive account. Once you are done, you can open the OneDrive app on another computer and upload it there. On another computer, open the OneDrive app, right-click the file, and select Download. This will complete the file transfer to another computer on the network . 4. Use FTP client/server software Another excellent solution is to use FTP as a fast file transfer via LAN. By running an FTP server on one computer, you can use the FTP client software on another computer to connect to the server through port 21. The problem with many FTP server applications is that their setup and configuration are complex. Fortunately, there are several quick and easy FTP-server applications. Is a free application Baby FTP is one of them. With BabyFTP, you only need to install the application and it will start a simple anonymous FTP server on the original computer. In "Settings", you can configure the transfer between folders and files, the operations to be allowed , and whether the remote client can modify these operations. Start the BabyFTP server, if everything is normal, you should see "FTPServer started on port 21". Now, on another computer, you can use any FTP client to open a connection with that remote computer using its IP address and port 21. This application does not require an ID or password because it only uses an anonymous connection . After connecting, you will see the remote directory that has been set up at the remote site location. You can right-click the file there to upload it to the local computer, or right-click the file on the local computer to transfer it to the remote computer. 5. Transfer files between Windows 10 computers Surprisingly, without third-party software and other solutions, simple operations like transferring files between computers will be very difficult. Thankfully, there are many options to make the process simple and easy. The Raysync large file transfer solution is committed to meeting the needs of large data transmission within the enterprise or with external partners, providing efficient and controllable accelerated transmission of large files, ultra-long-distance, transnational network data transmission, secure file asset distribution, file management, and Organize authority management, support local deployment and cloud services, and provide enterprises with secure, stable, efficient, and convenient large file interactive technical support and services.
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