Thursday, November 07, 2013

Kim Dotcom’s cloud storage service Mega exits beta with a new look and a slew of improvements...

Kim Dotcom’s Mega, the cloud storage service based in New Zealand, has exited beta today with a new look and “significant” optimizations, as spotted by Engadget.

Mega made the announcement on its blog, with a list of new features for the service:

Faster Loading

Refreshed User Interface

Local Caching: Mega will cache your session in your browser, so subsequent logins are faster

User Avatars: Set up your profile image for your friends to see in their contact lists.

Improved Contact Management: You can see the number of files a user is sharing with you, and the last modified date/time.

Tree Panel Navigation: You can now switch between your contacts (shared folders), your cloud drive, the bin and your inbox by using four color-coded buttons at the top.

Improved File Transfers: You can navigate the site while file transfers are in progress.

Firefox Extension: This extension will cut loading times, improve download performance and strengthen security. Full story...

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  2. Inside Mega: the second coming of Kim Dotcom...
  3. Kim Dotcom's files are wiped in 'largest data massacre in history'
  4. Megaupload founder Dotcom: I'm going to turn this world upside down...

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