Getting your favourite files and digital photos to your friends and family isn't too easy. You could place them on your homepage, enabling other users to download from the server or through a page on the site. Another option is to archive and email them as an attachment, but you'll struggle with outgoing email filesize limitations. You could use Messenger or a chat client, but they'll have to be online to accept the transfer.
AllPeers 0.6 is an extension for Firefox that has received a varied reception, so far. It uses the peer-to-peer network to enable you to share your files between users you add to AllPeers. You can invite friends and family and then provide them with the files or family photos. If you add a few people to your closed network, there's nearly always someone online, so there's a strong chance you'll be able to download the files from another location.
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