Free File Hosting

Posted on May 11 is affiliated with on free file hosting. We pick on easy-share among hundreds of other because easy-share has fast servers and simple user interface. Uploading your files from this page will save you even the signup process on easy-share.

Maximum file size is 100MB each. There is no limit on the number of files you will be uploading.

You can upload you file from this page. Your download link will appear on this same page once your file is loaded onto the server.

Here are some FAQ of the free file hosting service.

Can I download files for free?

Yes you can. You can download files very easily.

Can I upload any kind of file?

Definitely not. serves people of all ages and cultures, from all over the world. We do not want to offend anyone in any way. We make every possible effort to assure that the shared content doesn’t violate any law and it’s perfectly legal.

More details are available here.

File Hosting Explained

A file hosting service, online file storage service, or online media center is an Internet hosting service specifically designed to host static content, typically large files that are not web pages. Typically they allow web and FTP access. They can be optimized for serving many users (as is implied by the term “hosting”) or be optimized for single-user storage (as is implied by the term “storage”).

Software file hosting

Authors of Shareware, Freeware and Open Source/Free software often use file hosting services to serve their software. The inherent problem with free downloads is the huge bandwidth cost. These hosts also offer additional services to the authors such as statistics or other marketing features.

Personal file storage

Personal file storage services are aimed at private individuals, offering a sort of “network storage” for personal backup, file access, or file distribution. Users can upload their files and share them publicly or keep them password-protected.

Prior to the advent of personal file storage services, off-site backup services were not typically affordable for individual and small office computer users.

Sometimes people prefer hosting their files on a publicly accessible HTTP server. In this case, they generally choose paid hosting, and use their hosting for this purpose. Many free hosting providers do not allow the storage of files for non-website-related use.

Content caching

Content providers who potentially encounter bandwidth congestion issues may use services specialized in distributing cached or static content. It is the case for companies with a major Internet presence.


Most online file storage services offer space on a per-gigabyte basis, and sometimes include a bandwidth cost component as well. Usually these will be charged monthly or yearly. Some companies do offer the service for free, relying on advertising revenue. Some hosting services do not place any limit on how much space your account can consume. Some services require a software download which makes files only available on computers which have that software installed, others allow users to retrieve files through any web browser. With the increased inbox space offered by webmail services, many users have started using their webmail service as an online drive. Some sites offer free unlimited file storage but have a limit on the file size.

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