RapidShare Releases RapidDrive 1.0

The company just released RapidDrive 1.0, an application that integrates a RapidDrive account into the file system of Windows and makes the cloud storage appear as a regular hard drive.

A key feature of the integration is that files can now be edited without having to externally log into the RapidDrive account, which is a functionality that makes the service more attractive to store files a greater variety of formats. the service offers 1 GB of storage with limited features free of charge, while 30 GB are priced at 9.90 Euros per month.

If it is about plain capacity, services such as Google Drive provide up to 5 GB for free, and offer capacities of 25 GB to 16 TB ($2.49 to $799.99 per month).

 

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  • Although I do like RapidShare's decision to expand into a new market, which company was it that shutdown it's cloud storage service with little warning to its customers?
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  • A Bad DayAlthough I do like RapidShare's decision to expand into a new market, which company was it that shutdown it's cloud storage service with little warning to its customers?

    Megaupload?
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  • nukemasterMegaupload?


    You can only do so much when the FBI is breathing down your neck.
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