A file can be shared with the rest of the world, but it can only be shared with those who are on the same network. If you want to share something locally with someone, you will need to use a different file-sharing protocol.
2. Uploading and Sharing Files
In the past, you had to create a new file in your computer folder and drag it to another location. This was a pain. In Windows 7, you can now just right-click on the file on your desktop that you want to upload and get an option of “share” or “copy”.
The cool thing is that if you have a lot of files that you want to share, simply select all the files and hit “copy” (or something like that). You will get a dialog for options — select “clipboard” and then choose where to copy the files. You can right-click again on any of your files and choose “save as” (or something like that) — they will be copied into your desired place.
The best part is that there are many file types (like .txt and .jpg) in Windows 7 that use Windows Presentation Foundation which makes this easy as pie!
One of the best ways to make sure that your files will be shared on social networks and websites is to upload them as-is. If you want to include photos or other media files with your blog posts, save them as .jpg, .png, or .gif in your documents folder. If you want to include videos or other games, save them as .mp4 (or whatever format you prefer) in an appropriate location.
In order to upload large files on Microsoft Office applications, simply right-click on any file and select “Share”. You will be prompted with a dialog box where you can select an option for how the file will be displayed (eBook/PDF/Image/Audio), and then click “Share”.
In order to upload files to Google Drive, click File in the top menu bar and select “Share” at the bottom of the resulting window. Choose “File”, then choose “Upload Files”.
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In order to upload files to Facebook, simply click Upload Files when creating a new post. Once it’s done uploading, it will appear in the post’s description alongside photos and videos from other users.
A file that has been uploaded correctly should look something like this: