If Severin, creator of ForgetBox.com, will have his way, USBs will be irrevocably replaced by his project, ForgetBox. Apparently, this new service of his allows you to share large files in a relatively easy manner. It will only take you a few minutes and four clicks to complete the process.
ForgetBox is a rather helpful and simple way to share files without you having to worry about the file size when you use the tradition file- sharing such as USBs or External Hard Drives. With just four, quick, clicks, you can immediately transfer files to your recipient. You just need to right click on all the files you want to share, left click on the “Send with ForgetBox” button, and choose your recipients on your contacts you want to send your files to. Once you’ve finished these, you’re ready to share your files to anyone.
Here are some of the key features of ForgetBox that you will surely find helpful:
- It enables users to store files on services namely Box.net and Dropbox as long as they’re shared in ForgetBox, just as easily as if they were on the same HD.
- There’s no limit to the number of files you want to share. It also lets you share files at the same time. That being the case, it helps file- transfer much quicker.
- As you can send as many files as you can, ForgetBox made sure that your recipient’s inbox does not get spammed by the files you sent them. So to make everything convenient for them, ForgetBox does not directly send the files but rather, they’re sent by giving a link where they can download the files.
You don’t need to open a navigator, or write 693 emails. You don’t even need to make unnecessary Zip files or look at progress. Most of all, ForgetBox is fully functional even without internet.