A share is a folder on a computer’s hard drive set to be shared over a network. Other machines on your network can connect to that share, and depending on the permissions that you set up, read and write to all of the files and folders within that shared folder.« Back to Glossary Index
- Dropbox: Share files Across Machines, with Friends, and Publicly, for Free - Dropbox is a utility that allows you to instantly share files between machines, and even with other users elsewhere on the internet. Up to 2GB is free.
- If I let my neighbor share my WiFi, can they see my network traffic? - Sharing your wireless internet access with a neighbor might seem like a friendly thing to do, but be aware that you are potentially putting your own computers at risk.
- Can I backup one computer to another? - Your computers are probably already attached over your home network. You just need to "share" them.
- Is it Safe to Share My Internet Connection with My Neighbor? - Giving a neighbor temporary internet access seems like a neighborly thing to do. Before you do it, understand the risks of sharing your internet.