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How Upload Works?

The process of uploading typically involves the following steps:
1. Finding the file to upload: The first step in uploading a file is to locate the file you want to upload. This may be a file you have saved on your local device, or it may be a file you have created or edited.
2. Connecting to the server: To upload a file, you need to connect to the server where you want to upload the file. This can be done by navigating to a website that offers file uploads, or by connecting to a shared network location.
3. Selecting the file to upload: Once you are connected to the server, you need to select the file you want to upload. This is usually done by clicking on a browse or choose file button, which opens a file selector that lets you select the file from your local storage.
4. Sending the file: Once you have selected the file, you need to send it to the server. This is usually done by clicking on an upload or submit button, which sends the file to the server.
5. Receiving the file on the server: The server receives the file and saves it to its local storage. The progress of the upload is typically displayed in a progress bar or by other means.
6. Completing the upload: When the file has been fully received by the server, the upload is considered complete and the file is available for use or access as needed.
These are the basic steps involved in uploading a file. The exact details of the process can vary depending on the type of file, the device you're using, and the network conditions. However, these steps provide a general understanding of how uploading works.