I guess you have always hated all slow downloads between your friends, plus your friend had to have the same application as you to receive the files. In addition, your friend might want to send you a file but he doesn't know UPnP and over Facebook, Skype etc it's awfully slow.
Here is a quick upload tool that:
- Creates an URL for your friend to download the content, usable from any modern browser.
- Can operate in a single file, in multiple files, in a directory, in a a file or image from the clipboard. If there are many files, it sends a ZIP.
- Supports pausing the download.
- Your friend does not need to run TT to send you a file. The upload will work over a browser!
- Your friend does not need to run TT to download the file. The download will work over a browser!
- Can learn your dynamic IP either automatically, from UPnP router, or if you configure it with a host name or static IP.
- Can use a dynamic incoming port from UPnP, or you can specify a fixed one.
- Can work with right click on a file or a folder.
- If the clipboard contains an image, it can get it and send it right away. In this case the receipient views the image directly to its browser, no downloading.
- TT also accepts command line parameters which can have one or more items to serve. In that case, TT creates multiple URLs to share with your friends.
- TT can be configured so an URL is reused, so uncheck the "Auto close when all uploads have finished". Also, you can share one URL with as many friends as you want.
- Creates an URL for your friend to upload a file using his browser.
Turbo Transfer requires the ultimate ability for incoming connections to your PC, either by UPnP or manually. It creates a small HTTP server to serve the file you are sending or to accept a HTTP upload. The files are not base64 encoded, they are sent in 8-bit format so no bandwith is wasted.
ToDo: ZIP even for a single file, resuming a download.
Download (x64 only, Windows 7+): here. This is my first tool that is only released in x64 and without XP Support. Yes, do abandon x86 and Windows XP please.