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Factoring in different storage needs, ASUS WebStorage divides its space into two folders: MySyncFolder and My Collection. Because most subscribers to ASUS WebStorage tend to store their data only in MySyncFolder, this article is intended to help better understand the differences between the two folders by detailing their respective features, so that smarter use of the two folders serving different purposes will save your drive space and enable more convenient access to your data.

《Features of MySyncFolder》
After you download the PC version of ASUS WebStorage onto your desktop, MySyncFolder will simultaneously store your data on both ASUS WebStorage and your own PC. Therefore, you are advised to store the data you use often in MySyncFolder for easy access and modification, but please bear in mind that doing so will also consume your hard drive space.

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MySyncFolder’s consumption of your hard drive space as viewed form My Computer on Windows

《Features of My Collection》
You can store the data not often used in My Collection, which is on ASUS WebStorage and does not consume your hard drive space. Doing so will also let you access such data on the web page version of ASUS WebStorage and mobile devices.

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Access to My Collection on the web version of ASUS WebStorage
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Access to My Collection on the mobile version of ASUS WebStorage

※ Note: If you do not have the PC version of ASUS WebStorage installed and only use MySyncFolder on the web page version of ASUS WebStorage and mobile devices, your hard drive space will not be consumed.

 

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