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lol, if you're looking for the best long term storage, then burn the files to a dvd. no filehost will guarantee the longevity of your files.

second best option would be to copy them to an external hdd.

i can almost guarantee that you will never find a free service that will not delete your files for copyright or ToS abuse. your best bet would be mediafire, which doesn't delete the files for inactivity, but does require you to log in every once in a while to keep the account active.

Edited by JohnFlower

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As far as filehosts go, I can't guarentee they'd stay alive, but there are hosts that keep files indefinitely.

FileCloud.io

FileTrip.net

So far, that's about it.

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lol, if you're looking for the best long term storage, then burn the files to a dvd. no filehost will guarantee the longevity of your files.

second best option would be to copy them to an external hdd.

i can almost guarantee that you will never find a free service that will not delete your files for copyright or ToS abuse. your best bet would be mediafire, which doesn't delete the files for inactivity, but does require you to log in every once in a while to keep the account active.

I mean for file sharing, I already have plenty of HD space but don't trust my puter to emule or bit torrent.

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I mean for file sharing, I already have plenty of HD space but don't trust my puter to emule or bit torrent.

in that case, absolutely no file host. end of story.

you can try uploading to filehosts, but you will find that they will start to introduce restrictions, delete your files, maybe even ban you...

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