In the early days of internet filesharing (circa 2001), filesharing programs were only available on desktop and laptop computers, primarily those running Windows operating systems. Now, more than ten years later, filesharing software is available for nearly every commercial hardware platform, such as:
- Desktop and laptop computers
- Network Attached Storage (NAS)
- Standalone flash memory
- Tablet devices
- Mobile (cell) phones
- Video game consoles
- Internet-enabled TVs
- Internet-enabled media delivery devices
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