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Old 05-26-2007, 03:01 PM   #5
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I have been using Xdrive for about a year now. 5Gb of storage free and can be extended at reasonable cost.When I fire up the Xdrive program it appears as drive X (!) so you can drag/drop like with any other drive - except that file transfer speeds are slower, of course. To assist with upload speed there is a file compression utility which does improve things, but of course, backups can be going on in the background.

It automatically synchs picutures and music files if set up to do so. Useful as you can then have your music collection available wherever you be as long as you have web access.

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