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If you want to share your photos, videos and any other documents with your friends or any other family members, then you have to send them through emails. Right? But this is always not so easy if these files are very large. Of course you can share through social networking sites like Facebook or You tube, but then these are visible to all and that you don’t want. You can also share through drop box and send the link to download.

But what happen if you there is virtual private network with you and your friends ? It is possible by simply downloading a software GigaTribe (

With installing the software GigaTribe, you can easily setup this type of Peer-to-Peer (P2P) free private network with your friends. The only part in this network that you have to be online while sharing.

GigaTribe has some interesting futures like it allow you can exchange large files with your friends. Only the users you have invited will see the files (and folders) you share. Your friends can browse through the shared folders on your hard drive and vice-versa. All exchanges are strongly encrypted. Interrupted exchanges automatically resume with no data loss. Define users groups to share distinct folders with distinct groups. Multi-source download is available to increase your download speed. Can also be used to access your PC from a remote location.

Installation of GigaTribe:

Sharing Files

Ones you login the software, you have to define the folders which you want to share.

Now after configure share folder you can invite friends by-

Download files from a friend

Share your photos, music and documents in virtual network

Jan. 04 , 2014  / Posted By - Kiran Patil