an inquiry about my pc's web storage

  1. Pathfinder's Avatar
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    an inquiry about my pc's web storage


    iam thinking of deleting the file. its over 1GB. and then start over.. any reprocussions to system? if not, good. "asus web storage"
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  2. Caledon Ken's Avatar
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    Asus Web Storage is their idea of cloud storage. Depending on how you set this up, this should be a backup of your data. Others use it to sync. I would also consider what you are backing up and how "Secure" their operation is.

    I would enter their app and see what you are using for before any deletes are issued. If you are syncing, undesirable results may be experienced.

    Online backup, file sync, for pad, PC, Android and iPhone - ASUS WebStorage
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  3. Pathfinder's Avatar
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    greetings. the files I have saved are all my wallpaper saves. for 1.3GB that's a lot of stuff -should I decide to delete them. there are no system files..i should look into them just in case. I need to free up space..only 425GB out of 465GB on disk c.
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  4. Caledon Ken's Avatar
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    As long as you have copy then I don't see much harm in deleting. Maybe copy wallpapers and other archival data off to USB Key.

    Assume you have lots of videos? I have Windows, full Office Pro suite, browsers, mail clients, accounting software and utilities and I'm just around 125GB.

    I would also look to run disk cleanup (right click on C: drive, properties, General tab, Disk Cleanup) and see what is happening in Recycle bin.
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  5. Samuria's Avatar
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    You get the space if you buy a PC for a year after that you have to pay so you may loose all the data if you don't pay
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  6. Pathfinder's Avatar
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    Samuria said:
    You get the space if you buy a PC for a year after that you have to pay so you may loose all the data if you don't pay
    you are right. I just checked on the website and iam using their free temp one with 5GB. I have no concrete plans to "pay" for new storage..so
    ill be moving whatever ones are left via external HDD before deadline.

    thx for replies guys
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