Site Info - 4shared.com
Overview of web technologies used by 4shared.com.
4shared.com - free file sharing and storageOnline file sharing and storage - 15 GB free web space. Easy registration. File upload progressor. Multiple file transfer. Fast download.
Description on Homepage
A simple and easy-to-use service offering free online files storage and sharing accessible worldwide.
Description from Alexa
11 January 2005
Number 127 of all websites according to Alexa
Main visitors locations
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