Hello all I'm in a weird situation right now. My laptop is getting old, and can't handle games at a stable FPS. I want to get a desktop computer, but I also want to keep the memory that I have in my current laptop. So I want to move all of the memory I have in this hard drive to the computer that I will be getting. I have tried looking for ways on Google, but I can't find any good ways.
I want to take my memory (about 85gb worth of memory), and put it in a cloud storage for free. So, I can go on the cloud storage from the new computer, download the memory, and move it to the new hard drive. I may sound stupid right now, but I'm fairly certain that this is possible. I want to do this without having to spend any money other than the money for the new computer.
For a start, I doubt you'd get 80GB or so of cloud storage for free. Second, you would seriously want to have a fast internet connection, both upload and download.
I'd suggest you do what Phrossbite said. Plug both computers into wired network connection, share folder on old computer and set permissions to allow everyone, open it up on new computer, copy everything across.
As to free cloud storage, there are several providers offering enough. SurDoc, Ozibox and Shared offer 100 GB. PromptFile gives 250 GB and 360 Cloud Drive starts at 360 GB and if you install their client it upgrades you to 10 TB. Of course, you need to be cool with the Chinese government having access to your files/network, lol.