Google Drive now allows storage of any file or folder on your computer

By : |June 15, 2017 0

The cloud is a vast space, where the user can store any or all his essential files, photos and any other important document. But, even after finding a perfect cloud storage solution, it is still hard to figure out how to upload all your stuff.

Google aims to reinvent its Drive Desktop App as ‘Backup and Sync‘, allowing it to monitor and backup files inside any folder. The only disadvantage is that Google only offers you 15 GB of space. If you need extra space, you need to shell out some extra bucks. 100 GB would be allotted to you at $1.99 per month and 1 TB at $9.99 per month.



Backup and Sync will launch on 28 June for Windows and Mac users. If your company uses G Suite, you might be allotted a different storage for your Google account to work.

In Drive, files had to be directly stored in the app’s local folder. The new tool is focussed more on safeguarding your data, regardless of where it’s stored on your computer. That includes pictures, too, so you only need one app to sync it all.

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