Just now I logged into the web-based Gmail and suddenly I found that my email box was more than 4Gbytes space.(I remember I bought a computer about 10 years ago and at that time the harddisk was only having 4.3Gbytes.)
I think that is a milestone.Look back to several years ago when we used to have a free email box,there was almost provided hundred megabytes spaces and sometimes the service was not stable too.I started to use Gmail about 2 years ago.It was hard to get it because we need to get invitation from other Gmail users to register for a new account.Just that time I had my first email box which was labelled with gigabytes though some other providers were going up soon,such as Yahoo! mail.
I know that some service interruptions occurred during the past 2 years,but I still feel that Gmail is a relaible email box as I never ever meet any big issue from it-no complains at all.
So now I’m waiting for 10Gbytes or 100Gbytes coming.If it really happens in the near future,could we forget about the harddisk or pendrive?Of course,we have to get an improved Streamyx first in order toÃ‚Â achieve a stable connection to such online spaces(websites).
By the way,thanks Google.