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Hi, I have searched over and over again, and I still can't find an unlimited online storage service that offers what I'm looking for. All I want is to be able to upload and download files without having to install service specific software or deal with annoying and potentially security risky automated backup features. I don't want online "backup", I want online "storage", and I am really hoping that someone knows of a service like this.

I want to be able to login to a website, use the same kind of upload/download download menu that you see on sites like Facebook, not be limited by small (less than 4GB) individual file size limits, and be able to choose exactly the files I want to upload/download from any computer I am currently logged in on with the website.

I think there are many people out there that are looking for the same thing I am, so what do you suggest?

asked Aug 09 '10 at 22:32

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Did you try carbonite? I only heard about it but you can try it free.

answered Aug 10 '10 at 00:03

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try mediafire with multiple accounts to spread your files e.g.one for photos one for music.

answered Aug 10 '10 at 00:05

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Asked: Aug 09 '10 at 22:32

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