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    Question Does the the program 'giver' have a maximum file/folder size limit?

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    Does the the program 'giver' have a maximum file/folder size limit?
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    Smile Re: Does the the program 'giver' have a maximum file/folder size limit?

    Hi Rytron,

    I have transfered large folders of files from one computer to the other with giver, seems to work fine, however, to transfer folders and multiple files, I have found that giver will transfer folders by drag and drop only. Works well though once you know that.

    Jack

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    Wink Re: Does the the program 'giver' have a maximum file/folder size limit?

    Quote Originally Posted by clyde9999 View Post
    Hi Rytron,

    I have transfered large folders of files from one computer to the other with giver, seems to work fine, however, to transfer folders and multiple files, I have found that giver will transfer folders by drag and drop only. Works well though once you know that.

    Jack
    Thank you clyde9999.
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