• http://www.binfire.com David Robins

    Thank you Zirkon for reviewing binfire.com and your kind words regarding binfire’s UI. I would like to make a couple corrections.

    1-We keep files forever and don’t delete them. The one month limitation is for
    unregistered users who upload files in the index page using the “Click To Share Now”
    features. For users who register (free) and upload files in the file center tab we keep
    their files as long as their account is active.

    2-We plan to increase the 100MB size limit in the future.

    3-Each user can also make a group folder which he can use to collaborate with others. The user needs to make a group first by going to collaboration tab and create a group. When a group is created, the system automatically creates a group folder using the group’s name. This folder could be accessed by all members of the group. The group folder will show up in the file center in the drop down box. Also, multiple folders could be created in the root web folder and using the hotlink feature, each folder could be shared with friends.
    Regards,
    David Robins
    CEO Binfire.com

    • http://www.ilovefreesoftware.com/ Ishan

      @ David:
      Hello,
      Thanks for dropping by. The information that I have mentioned here has been gathered from your website. See the snippets here from your FAQ:

      Q: How many group folders I can create?
      A: For free accounts, the limit is one. For paid accounts the user can create multiple group folders.

      Q: When I share a file, for how long the link stays valid?
      A: For free accounts 1 month. For paid accounts up to a year!

      It seems you need to update your FAQ with the details that you have provided here. But you have a great service – thanks for providing a free version of this.

  • http://www.binfire.com david Robins

    Just update the FAQ page. The link is here: http://www.binfire.com/rel/?page=faq

  • http://tokoonline88.com/ Toko Online

    Thank you for this info. The downside of binfire not much when compared with the benefits. So far it’s no problem.

    • http://www.ilovefreesoftware.com/ Ishan

      @Toko: That is completely true. BinFire is indeed a good program.

  • waqas

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