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MediaFire Express

Getting Started

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  • Step 1

    Go to the Tools page to choose your download package.

    Step 2

    Locate the installer on your hard drive and double click it to begin setup.

    Step 3

    Follow the steps in the Setup Wizard to complete installation.

  • Step 4

    Enter your MediaFire account login information, or follow the link to create a new account.

    Step 5

    To upload, select some files and drag them to the notification area of your taskbar.

    Step 6

    You can also select files and then right click to upload from the context menu.

  • Step 1

    Your download should have started. If it hasn’t, click here to try again.

    Step 2

    Locate the installer on your hard drive and double click it to begin setup.

    Step 3

    Drag the MediaFire Express application to your Applications folder.

  • Step 4

    Go to MediaFire Express in your applications folder and open it.

    Step 5

    Enter your MediaFire account login information, or follow the link to create a new account.

    Step 6

    To upload, select some files and drag them to the MediaFire icon in your menu bar.

Ubuntu Installation

  • 1

    Download the MediaFire Express package.

  • 2

    Open a terminal and change directory to the location where you downloaded the package.

  • 3

    Type: sudo dpkg -i MediaFireUploader_0.9.X.2170-linux_amd64.deb (filename is only for example purposes).
    If you are installing this as an update, you must first close any running instances of the MediaFire Express.

  • 4

    Enter your password and install.

Fedora Installation

  • 1

    Download the MediaFire Express package.

  • 2

    Open a terminal and change directory to the location where you downloaded the package.

  • 3

    Ensure that your current user has root privileges.

  • 4

    Type: yum install --nogpgcheck MediaFireUploader-0.9.X.2201-linux.x86_64.rpm (filename is only for example purposes).
    If you are installing this as an update, you must first close any running instances of the MediaFire Express.

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