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Where can I store some large files on-line (or in "the clouds") for free?


Triprajul

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Greetings:

During my vacation in Canada, I have created some very large files. I have them stored on an external hard disk but I am very worried that this portable drive will get damaged or even lost during my trip back to the Middle East. Can anyone recommend some sites, hopefully with free storage, where I can upload my files for safe keeping and then, if necessary, retrieve them after I return to the Middle East? Please note that none of the files contain personal or confidential information. Any information given is greatly appreciated.

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Graphicool1

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Graphicool1

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I'm sorry about this, I'll give it another go...

http://www.ehow.com/how5913042cloud-doc-storage.html

If it doesn't work, you'll have to 'Copy & Paste' the relevant bit's. PCA is on the blink again.

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Graphicool1

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wee eddie

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Remember that an Upload usually runs at about 1/10th the speed of a Download.

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wee eddie

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If the quantities were large ~ Several Gigabytes. You could easily stuff a 'mates' allocation for the month.

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