Learn how to enable and configure Google Drive Selective Sync to both save space on some devices or add an additional layer of privacy to work systems.
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Kloudless is a Chrome extension which allows you to save attachments from your Gmail account to cloud storage services, like Dropbox and Google Drive.
If you have music files on your Google Drive, you might want to play them directly without having to download them first. Music Player for Google Drive allows you to do it.
Google Drive’s new Android app comes with awesome new functionality. It allows you to scan documents to your Google Drive as a PDF and includes Optical Character Recognition.
Attachments.me is a useful extension for Google Chrome that lets you save and share Gmail attachments to cloud storage services like Dropbox, Box and Google Drive without leaving Gmail.
You can easily add Google Drive to the Windows Send To menu so that you can easily copy files to Google Drive in a second. Here’s how to do it.
Trying to save Gmail Attachments to Google Drive can be time consuming. Good news for you, I have a groovy solution!
Google Drive now lets you manage and edit documents saved in Google Docs offline. Here’s how to set up and use this new feature from Google.
Since the release of Google Drive, we’ve been pushing it to its limits in order to provide with a solid comparison against our favorite file syncing service Dropbox. And out the winner is…
If you’re not a fan of the Google Drive app, you’ll want to delete it. Here’s how to completely delete Google Drive from Windows.
Google Drive has been all over the news sites since it’s been officially released yesterday and, if you got your account activated (mine was activated in a few hours), it’s very easy to start using it right away. I’ve done a quick screenshot tour to get you started with it.
We’ve been talking about Google Drive for weeks…. and this afternoon Google Drive was officially Launched! Just as expected, it offers up to 5 GB of cloud storage space for free, while larger capacities are available…
It would seem that Google Drive, the company’s answer to Dropbox and other cloud storage services might finally set for release…