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FileXchanger
Author: [EclektiK] Submitted: 18th July, 2009 Favourites:3
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Edited By [EclektiK] on 7/19/2009

Both users need to run the app.

Send files to other users easily!
This little application lets users send any type of files to other users. Simply send an invitation, wait for the answer, and when the user is ready, simply click on Send! There are no size limit, but obviously, bigger files take more time.

This application uses LB's File Sender script www.lb-stuff.com

New Features:
Channel selection
Server selection
User list with user status icon
Invitation Tool
Launch File
Graphical Interface

I strongly suggest to read the Help section, to know how to use the app carefully.

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http://eclektik.hostei.com/Downloads/FileXchanger.zip (866.01 kkb )



Posted by UrbanMonk 18th July, 2009

2 Favorites and no comments?

odd
 
Posted by Sketchy 18th July, 2009

It sounds quite clever, but you can already do this with windows messenger, so I'm not bothering to download.
 
Posted by [EclektiK] 18th July, 2009

@ UrbanMonk
Now 2 faves and 3 comments

@Sketchy
Thanks, and yeah, Live Messenger can do that. But I got problems with its "No Antivirus Software installed" while I had many installed, and a friend had the same problem. But yeah, it's just a small utility
 
Posted by MBK 19th July, 2009

Is there a limit to the size of files you can send in
A. This Program you made
B. Windows Messenger
?

 
Posted by [DELETED] 19th July, 2009

No file size limit in Windows Live Messenger. When I have trouble using my home network, I just MSN files to other computers that are several gigabytes and they send as fast as the network works around the home anyway.
 
Posted by [EclektiK] 19th July, 2009

MBK, there are no size limit, but obviously, bigger files take more time. Depending on your connection speed, the transfer rate differs. If I compare this to the older MSN messenger, I find it a little faster, but only from what I remember...
 
Posted by Silveraura 19th July, 2009

MSN is perhaps the slowest file transfer program I've used though. I much prefer GTalk or even AIM... god forbid. MSN though? No.
 

 



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