Our cameras provide stunning images and videos. Our computers take on spreadsheets with a lot of information. We have the ability to generate detailed images that look fantastic when blown up. However, all of this comes with a disadvantage: large files.
To begin, check sure your computer, tablet, or smartphone has sufficient storage to accommodate such files.
It's also worth cleaning out all the garbage that's cluttering up your system on a regular basis.
So, what should you do if you need to transfer a file that is too large to send as an attachment to an email?
Here are options for dealing with it
You undoubtedly take advantage of free delivery, streaming movies and shows, and possibly a few other perks if you have an Amazon Prime subscription. Have you used Amazon's cloud storage and file-sharing services?
Amazon customers get 5 GB of free storage, but Prime members get unlimited photo storage, which is a tempting bait for photographers. You may transfer images and other things by creating a link and emailing it to your recipient, similar to Dropbox.
Dropbox is one of the most widely used cloud storage services. It also makes it simple to share files with others via a sharing link or by allowing them to upload files to their own Dropbox accounts.
Anyone can use Dropbox's 2 GB of free storage. If your cloud storage requirements exceed the free account's capacity, premium levels provide additional storage. You can purchase 2 TB of storage for $9.99 per month. The Professional plan, which costs $16.58 a month, provides 3 TB of storage.
If you're running out of space, you can always join up for more than one free storage service. Similar functionality is available through services like Box.com and Microsoft's OneDrive.
The basic free service from WeTransfer allows you to share files up to 2 GB in size. WeTransfer is a file-sending service, not an online storage service.
It's quite simple to use. Simply visit the website, select the "free" option, then upload your file (or files) from your computer. Then enter your email address, the email address of your receiver, and a message. Press the "Transfer" button and wait for WeTransfer to upload the file and notify the recipient. The files will be available for seven days to download.
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When it comes to sending files that exceed the limit, Gmail users have it easy. When you try to attach a file that is larger than 25 MB, Google uploads it to Google Drive and sends a download link to your recipient.
This is a painless method of sending huge files. The attachment restriction is bypassed, and the recipient can download the file at his or her leisure.
You can also share files straight from Google Drive by uploading them there. Keep in mind that these files will eat up space on your Drive. Drive can store files up to 5 terabytes in size, but you'll need to sign up for a premium storage plan to do so.
By compressing a large file into a zipped folder, you can make it a little smaller. Right-click the file or folder in Windows, then go to “send to” and select “Compressed (zipped) folder.” This will make a new folder that is smaller than the previous one.
Control-click (or two-finger tap) a file on a Mac to bring up the shortcut menu. To generate a more delicate zipped version, select "Compress."
Compressing a 90 MB image file in Windows may only produce a 60 MB zipped file, but this can be handy if you need to reduce the size of a file to fit it within your email sending limit.
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