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Amazon Prime just took a hit — Amazon Drive is getting killed

If you have important files backed up on Amazon Drive, it’s time to make sure you have copies elsewhere. Amazon has sent out emails to customers signalling that its cloud storage platform will be shutting down at the end of next year, and once that deadline has passed certain files will be lost forever.

Why some and not all files? Well, the change is motivated by the company’s newfound focus on Amazon Photos, and that means if you have pictures and videos in your Amazon Drive account they will automatically be moved over. Amazon Prime members get unlimited full-resolution photo storage and 5GB of video, while non-Prime customers get a total of 5GB for everything.

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