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I'm looking for a reliable online,free if possible, online file storage. Can anyone help me out?

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Just asking.

If the service is free, how could it be reliable? Who's paying for disk space, backup, pizza and electric bills?

Bob

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Online storage

You're not going to find much, if anything, for free! Are you just looking to upload a file to share or tranfer to another PC or to someone else? Secondly, why would you want an unknown entity to have access to your possibly important data? Buy an external HD and store your data there. It's portable and can be taken anywhere and hooked to any PC/Mac. There are also USB Flash drives you can put in your pocket and take anywhere as well. Storage size on those have increased to 1gb, 2gb, 4gb, 6gb!

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an option

try mozy.com

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online storage space

Sign up for a free Yahoo account. They offer a "brief case" feature with 30 meg of storage space that you can access from any computer. You can even share files with friends with the proper authorization. I believe they are safe and reliable.

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To qrpike and goorsha. Posts deleted.

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