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    Re: The future of filesharing on th is site

    definitely USNET.

    I have trouble with uploaded.to -- takes about 2 hrs to retry... even if I type in correctly the captcha the first time. And I haven't downloaded from them for days, but still have to wait 2 hrs or so, before it starts to download. Aggravating. I don't wish to pay for a premium, when I don't even need it.

    I hope you guys figure better alternatives.
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    Re: The future of filesharing on th is site

    Indeed. Uploaded is one of the worst in free-mode. Even with JDownloader its a bitch. They really make it só anoying that alone from a point from frustration, you'll choose Premium.
    RNSe Speedcam Edition toke me 6 days..
    Personally, i'll take my list and if possible i choose from top to bottom.

    -Hotfile
    -Freakshare
    -Shareonline
    -Mediafire
    -Rapidshare
    -Cloudzer
    -Deposit
    -Netload
    -Filesonic
    -Uploaded
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    Re: The future of filesharing on th is site

    Hi.... I haven't use those kind of upload to filesharing sites

    I always use torrent files to upload like TPB, when it upload first time you never have to upload again

    But the "hint" are that you have to seed yourself in the first long time, and it's only to uploader with large band-width

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    Re: The future of filesharing on th is site

    this forum with a backup plan? it doesnt even have a primary plan.....

    nothing works here..PM not working about a month now

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    Re: The future of filesharing on th is site

    Ho ho ho !

    Hotfile, Freakshare, Giganews, Shareonline, Mediafire, Rapidshare, Cloudzer, Deposit and all these other so called file-sharing-sites
    just agonize the cr... ehhr fecal matter out of me and probalbly lots of other people as well.


    Quote Originally Posted by ScorpioPirate View Post
    I always use torrent files to upload like TPB, when it upload first time you never have to upload again
    But the "hint" are that you have to seed yourself in the first long time, and it's only to uploader with large band-width
    Have fun guy's
    I totally agree with ScorpioPirate upload once, and voila. As long as people seed it will be there for ever.
    There are still torrents out there with an age of five years and older, that still have lots of seeders.
    No part 1 of 14 with an unavailable part 14, no passwords (what's up with these passwords anyway), no pop-ups,
    no downloaders stuffed with malware etc etc.....


    C'mon people we live in the 21st century. We do not need some obsucure pay-site that half of the time
    only tells you the link is dead... Beside, why should I pay for something that is also available for free...




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    Re: The future of filesharing on th is site

    Magnet links might be right answer. Unlike torrent they do not require a server. However they work just like one.

    Pros:
    - No-one can delete it;
    - If there are not seeds just send a message and someone will seed it.
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    Re: The future of filesharing on th is site

    You guys aren't keeping up with the trends!!

    WAYY too many crappy (sorry, needs to be said) file hosts, MANY dead links, all slow hosts.

    The following guys allow UNLIMITED downlading, UNLIMITED STORAGE, SIMULTANEOUS downloads, NO DAYILY / MONTHLY / WEEKLY / YEARLY LIMITS

    Mega.co.nz
    HugeFiles.net
    MegaRelease.org
    LemUploads.com


    Seriously, DONT USE ANY OTHER HOSTS!!!!

    Also, PLEASE UPDATE THE TOMTOM SECTION!!! WAYY TOO MUCH OLD CONTENT!!!!

    Lastly: ADD XXL INFORMATION NOT XL THEY ARE BOTH DIFFERENT DEVICES!!!

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