What are the differences between MediaFire and ZumoDrive?

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Let us understand the concepts of MediaFire and ZumoDrive before learning the differences between them.

MediaFire

MediaFire is a cloud storage service and file hosting service which became more popular as a platform for sharing large files. It was owned by MediaFire LLC in 2006. Actually, it has a reputation for having poor privacy which is difficult for it to overcome, and because of its limited capabilities it has been kept aside from the list of the best cloud storage services.

MediaFire is providing 10GB storage for free and up to 50 GB free with bonuses, we can store all our files, photos, audio and videos. It helps us to easily share large files through emails. It provides unlimited ad-supported downloads with no waiting times.

Features

The features of MediaFire are as follows −

  • Instantly recover deleted files

  • Share and collaborate files

  • Easily share large files and folders

  • File sharing management

  • Cloud storage security

  • Cloud Administration.

Advantages

The advantages of MediaFire are as follows −

  • 10GB free storage

  • Very large file size limit

  • More transfer speeds to and from MediaFire

  • Easy to use

  • Cost-effective consumption based-model

  • Very reliable and secure platform

Disadvantages

The disadvantages of MediaFire are as follows −

  • No file encryption

  • Too many ads

  • Very few features

  • Terrible design

  • Poor customer support

  • Data consumption is more customizable

ZumoDrive

It was owned by Zecter in 2009 and is the hybrid cloud storage which is used to store all your media. It is supported by Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS, Android, webOS operating system.

It is designed to connect to the Internet and adds a Windows Firewall. When we install it, it will add a context menu handler to the Windows shell in order to provide quick access to the program.

zumodrive.exe is an executable program which has seen to consume an average CPU of less than one percent, and utilizes about 44.63 MB of memory.

The users can store and sync files online in ZumoDrive, and also between computers using their Hybrid Cloud storage solution. It is extraordinarily simple to use, transparent when it comes to your device experience, and equally functional on whichever platforms your various devices may run on.

Features

The features of Zumodrive are as follows −

  • Share files and folders.

  • Scheduled backup

  • File protection

  • Sync Folder

  • Scheduled Backup.

  • Resumes after Interruption.

  • Incremental Backup.

Advantages

The advantages of Zumodrive are as follows −

  • Cloud storage of ZumoDrive works like a regular hard drive on your computer

  • It has Automatic Sync

  • ZumoDrive is Safe and Secure

Disadvantages

The disadvantages of Zumodrive are as follows −

  • Large storage plans are expensive

  • We will lose data and files if we delete our cache files on the computer.

  • We have to go through the entire import process again to update iTunes, if we add new music files to ZumoDrive.

Differences

The major differences between MediaFire and ZumoDrive are as follows −

MediaFireZumoDrive
MediaFire was owned by MediaFire LLC in 2006.It was owned by Zecter Incorporation in the year 2009
MediaFire offers 10GB free storage space.ZumoDrive offers 2 GB free storage space.
MediaFire provides file synchronization service and File hosting service.ZumoDrive provides file hosting service and file synchronization service.
MediaFire maximum storage size is 100TBMaximum storage size offered was 500 GB in ZumoDrive.
MediaFire maximum file size is 20 GBMaximum file had no limit in ZumoDrive for paid
MediaFire offers free unlimited file storage with no sign up required.In ZumoDrive sign up is mandatory for the first version.
MediaFire is still in use.ZumoDrive was suspended in 2012.
raja
Updated on 21-Mar-2022 05:26:47

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