WTF

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Why in the hell would you make an interface that allows you to upload files onto a network but then allow you to delete them directly off your computer?!!! Now some of important files are permanently gone! Thanks ASUS for this piece of crap "webstorage" This is the most unuser friendly program that I could imagine.  You shouldn't give this program the power to delete files off the main computer, ridiculous!
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You may check your recycle bin at web and desktop.
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C'mon JaredGuichard, don't be ridiculous! ;). "upload files onto a network but then allow you to delete them directly off your computer?". Well of course you should be able to delete/add folders/files in your cloud directly from the computer, without the need of a web interface in your browser. This functionality is known as your synced "WebStorage Sync Agent" folder (probably located in your "My Documents/"Documents" folder, if you use Microsoft Windows that is). Or maybe you already know this? Then what are you talking about?
As hcjao mentioned before, all your deleted files (except files deleted before June, 9th 2012) can be reached through the Web interface, "www.asuswebstorage.com".
If you feel lost about the service there's some useful information here: "https://support.asuswebstorage.com/estorage/eservice/1033/SearchKnowledgeBase.aspx" and their blog publishes nice updates about the service: "http://blog.asuswebstorage.com/".
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i deleted all files and my webstorage is still full despite emptying recycle bin
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hi vfabian,
You can try to contact our customer service staff with this problem you faced for further assistance.
https://service.asuswebstorage.com/
thank u.
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@vfabian (if you ever come back on the forum),

You apparently are not very comfortable with computers (recycle bin and AWS are unrelated). Could you be more specific about your problem ? Do you have a paid account ? What exactly are you trying to perform ?
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I just had the same thing happen.  I have lost ALL my documents, legal and otherwise.  Is there any way to recover this, either via the webstorage or via restoration of the computer?
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Reply 7# GabrielaDL 's post

From the recycle bin. Ah, really sometimes it happened huh
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