Google Drive

Google Drive is a cloud storage & synchronization service provided by Google.
Google Drive offers 15 GB of free storage space and various available paid plans for those who need a larger storage space(
Business storage

System requirements and browsers

Drive, Docs, Sheets, and Slides work with the two most recent versions of the following browsers. Make sure cookies and JavaScript are turned on for the browser.
•Safari (not supported on Windows)
•Internet Explorer

Other browsers might work with the Google Docs editors, but you might not be able to use all of the features.

note :- Google Drive won’t work with Chrome 23, Firefox 23, IE9, Safari 6, or older browser versions. You’ll need to upgrade to a newer browser version to access all your files in Drive.

Operating systems
•Windows XP and above

•Lion (10.7) and above

To see which version your computer is using, choose an option below:


Google Drive isn’t currently available for the Linux operating system. Linux users can use Google Drive on the web at or through the Google Drive mobile app.

Mobile device and tablet requirements
To use the Drive, Docs, Sheets, or Slides mobile apps, you’ll need to upgrade to the most recent versions of the Android and iOS operating systems on your mobile device.
•Android 4.0 or up
•iOS 7.0 or up

Note: If you use older versions of Android or iOS, you will be able to view, but not edit, your files.

How to use(web based)
sign in using your google account and use crete button.

Click on the emty folder you created and select file upload to uploading files.

How to use(PC based)
Download Google Drive on your Mac/PC to keep files on your desktop synced with your files stored on the web.
This means that anything you share, move, modify, or put in the trash will be reflected in Google Drive on the web the next time your computer syncs. for PC for Mac

•Drag files into and out of the folder.
•Rename files.
•Move files and folders around.
•Edit and save files.
•Move files to trash.
•Access your files even when you’re not connected to the Internet.


Posted on August 4, 2015, in Cloud, Storage Technologies. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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