Best Free File Hosting Services with No Registration Required

Mon, Mar 24, 2008, by Knoppy

Hosting

Ever wanted to share a file with the rest of the world? Ever had a file that was too big to be emailed to your friend? Well here are some file hosting services that will turn your file into a link that you (or anyone) can click and download. For free.

Best Free File Hosting Services With No Registration Required

  1. RapidShare

    Quick, no hassle uploads of up to 300 Megabytes. Downloaders can only get one file per IP per hour. Files are removed after 30 days of inactivity.

  2. MegaUpload

    Quick, no hassle uploads of up to 500 Megabytes. Files are removed after 90 days of inactivity.

  3. File Dropper

    Quick, no hassle uploads of up to 5 Gigabytes. Files are “forever as long as they are being downloaded.”

  4. Uploading.com

    Quick, no hassle uploads of up to 100 Megabytes. Files are removed only when the user deletes them.

  5. YouSendIt

    Quick, no hassle uploads of up to 100 Megabytes. Files are removed after 7 days.

  6. MediaFire

    Quick, no hassle uploads of up to 100 Megabytes. There is currently no time limit for stored files but the site says it will notify users in advance in the future if it becomes necessary to delete older files.

  7. EatLime

    Quick, no hassle uploads of up to 100 Megabytes. Registered users can upload files of up to 1 Gigabyte. Other users can immediately begin downloading the file once you begin uploading it-even if it has not been completely uploaded yet. Files are kept on the server “as long as they’re in demand.”

There you go folks. These are the best free file hosting sites I have found in my years of webusing. I personally use file dropper the most these days but all of these are excellent options depending on your needs.

Happy hosting!

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19 Comments For This Post
  1. Andy Says:

    Nice list there man. thanks!

  2. barb Says:

    check out xdrive.com too

  3. Jesus C Says:

    All of them sucks except filedropper…
    Have you tried mediafire and eatlime?

  4. Santhosh Says:

    Good list. http://uploads.bizhat.com is good file host that pays for sharing files.

  5. Knoppy Says:

    I havent heard of eatlime.com but I definitely have heard of mediafire. Thanks for reminding me; I’ll add them to the list on the next update :)

  6. sammy Says:

    useful thanks!

  7. ajay Says:

    what’s new in all these file sharing sites we all know all these website
    for crack rapidshare visit http://readerszone.com/2008/03/14/bypass-rapidshare-download-limit/

  8. jjo Says:

    good list :)

  9. aflac Says:

    I’ve heard of most of them except eatlime and filedropper. Going to try them now, thanks.

  10. Jesper Says:

    Nice list, I will keep this for reference.
    I am a teacher, and I have very good experiences with distributing lecture notes, Excel sheets and so on to my students using Prontofiles.com however (which seems to be the same thing).

  11. Jean Says:

    I suggest you store your files offline at this site http://eatbytes.com in order to save on bandwidth costs. Files are hosted on a 1000Mbit unmetered port. You can put links to these files on your website so your users can easily download them. They have no download limitations, hosting costs are only covered by advertising revenue. No worry that you’ll need to buy a “premium” account.

  12. alex Says:

    http://www.upload-drive.com easy to use and 450 MB/file

  13. Facepalm Says:

    Very useful files search engine. http://Indexoffiles.com is a search engine designed to search files in various file sharing and uploading sites.

  14. Steven Says:

    Uploading your file to more then one place is always a good idea.

    This not only makes sure that people gets the file but also gives an option to people to use their favorite file hosting provider to download.

    Upload Mirrors allows you to upload files to multiple hosting providers in one click.

    (RapidShare, MegaUpload, EasyShare, DepositFiles, ZShare, FlyUpload, SendSpace, Badongo, NetLoad, MegaShare, ZippyShare and UploadedTo )

    and then provides you one link which contains links to all these sharing service.

    This makes it easy for anybody to distribute ebooks, movies, mp3 files or Dj Mixes to share with his friends.

    keep your files online! No more broken links!

    http://www.uploadmirrors.com

  15. Jim Says:

    Check out the new free file hosting site http://www.uploadcell.com
    High Earns!!! $24 per 10.000 unique download!!!

  16. ap872 Says:

    Hi
    nice work you fund these sites and share with others, but i use http://www.myfilestore.net , to store my files and other docs online, its very easy to use and no need to register, and no limit, the most i like

  17. Bob Hart Says:

    I personally hated both megaupload, rapidshare AND most of all hotfile…I used to have alot of my stuff on RS, but then their service went down to crap…then switched to hotfile, who’s servers crashed & lost ALL my files…then megaupload which omg i can’t believe what happened.

    now I have all my files on:
    http://www.peeje.com/upload

    …decent sized allowance, and it gives my users direct-links…which they love….so far, it’s been better than sonic, MU and HF COMBINED!!!

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