What is Google Drive?
Google Cloud Storage: what is it?
The latest trend in the world of information storage is cloud storage. One of the most popular virtual disks is Google Drive. So, let's find out what Google Drive is, what is the capacity of this cloud storage and how to fast upload to Google Drive?
Google Drive is a service designed for cloud storage of data and its synchronization between different devices. Each user gets at her/his disposal a free storage capacity of 15 GB, which at any time can be increased by connecting to a paid subscription. Extensions up to 100 GB, 200 GB, 2 TB, 10 TB, 20 TB and 30 TB are currently available.
What also should be added to the written above information about Google Drive is that thanks to integration with a virtual office, the service is a universal tool for common and independent editing of text files, tables, presentations, etc. Files that are being processed using virtual office tools are automatically saved to Disk. In addition, you can enable automatic saving of all photos that users upload to Google Drive photo service called Google Photos. To get started with Google Drive, you'll need a Google account.
What does Google Cloud Storage do?
As we all know, Google Drive allows computer users to save money on flash drives and external hard drives by storing personal files on the Internet, save time and simplify the work with information data.
Do you have an idea about how Google Docs works? It allows you to create text documents online and store them in the cloud. If you wish, you can open access to it to certain users, or you can hide it from everyone. Google cloud storage works the same way. In this case, the information on the disk is synchronized with other devices, including tablets and smartphones. The synchronization function eliminates the need to take removable media with you on the road, because all the documents are on the computer and do not take up space on it, the only thing that is needed is to connect to Google Drive.
Google cloud storage can replace your hard drive and get rid of the problem of eternal loss and damage to flash drives. You can also use this method of storing information for those who suffer from a constant lack of memory on a computer, fans who like to download high-quality films, music lovers who download hundreds of songs every month.