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PANDO – Transfer high size files

by Dwarka Rao 27 April 2010 3 Comments

Many times when have to send a huge files to others due to various reasons and when we try to mail them we can not as there is a limit attached to it. Then it that case we go for other websites where we upload our files and send the link to the person to whom we want to send the data. He opens up the link and then downloads it.

PANDO is free software that helps you send the data up to 1GB in just fraction of seconds and it is different for the typical method of sending the data that is via an another website. Who wants to share their personal data that way.

PANDO is very different and safe way of sending files where in you need to download the app and then upload your data on to it and then you can open it from anywhere using the login id and password. Isn’t this much safer method of sending and receiving data. Try it once and believe me you wont go for any other option.


  •  You can send/receive data up to 1GB.
  •  It is much safer as it is protected by login and password.
  •  It is a free application.
  •  It also allows you to post your files on to Twitter directly from PANDO.
  •  It uses PANDO’s p2p network to send/receive files.
  •  Can be integrated with Outlook, Gmail, Yahoo etc to send bigger attachments.
  •  It supports Windows XP/2000/Vista and Mac OS X 10.3/4.





It is very good to use as you can send data up to 50 GB where in 1GB is free and the rest will be charged after all you can not get everything for free. It is faster than any other third party sites which uses ftp.


It is very reliable because the connection between the desktops is only via Mikogo servers and according to the developers “every bit of information that is transmitted between Mikogo users during a meeting is encrypted via a 256-Bit AES end-to-end encryption”. So there is nothing to worry at all.


The user interface is very user friendly and the controls are so easy to use. You just have to select the desired activity that you need to do and that’s all. Some beginners may find the interface a bit difficult but will find it easy when you use it once.


  • It has GUI.
  • Compatible on all versions of Windows Operating Systems.
  • It can be used between any platform.


  • It uses a huge memory


It can be concluded that it the best when you want to do an online conference or meeting. It gives you wide range of features which will make give you the best outcome. It can be used for both commercial or private purposes. We can use it to share anything with you loved ones at some other part of the country or world.





  • thebluejay said:

    good review may be found here:

  • Ace said:

    Nice overview of Pando (which I used previous versions of), just a note that you accidentally put the link for mikogo in place of the link for the Pando link:) Otherwise pls keep up the great freeware work – Freeware Mission truly ROCKS!

  • pcmemoirs said:

    I tried Pando too. I love it! It’s free and it gets the job done.

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