There are several file sharing programs that can be used for free. Bittorrent and iMesh are popular options for person to person file sharing on both desktops and smart devices. These options normally have a file size limit for P2P sharing before subscription options are offered. With many file sharing programs available to choose from, users have to determine what free program will fit what they are seeking.
Peer to peer file sharing offers users seamless upload and download features as well as some storage options. Millions of users work well with free file sharing programs for work and even for sharing songs and games with others.
When deciding which program to use for file sharing, research the amount of file sharing that can be done to avoid a monthly subscription fee.
Make sure to have proper antiviral software installed on all devices that will be using the file sharing program as well. This ensures any malware, spyware or otherwise bad files do not find their way to unsuspecting hardware and software that is pertinent to everyday computer function.
Other file sharing programs to consider are Google Drive, which is available free with a Gmail account, and Dropbox, which can be downloaded to multiple devices for ease of access.