What is Google Drive?
Google Drive is not the alternate of Hard Drive. However, you can store multiple file-formats on Google Drive.
You can access Google Drive with the Google Account. Basically, Gmail is the google account that is accepted by multiple platforms of Google.
I personally use it to store my assignments, government documents, and certificates.
Back-Up with Google Drive
To back up your files on Google Drive, you should go to Google Drive in your internet browser.
You can log in to the Google Drive account with your Gmail account.
Now, you can create folders, files and upload the contents on Google Drive.
You get a limited storage of 15GB for free. You can purchase more storage. But, 15GB storage can also be managed by removing the less important files from the storage.
This is a manual process. You have to download the files to edit them and again upload it.
But, you can automatically sync the files you edited, deleted or any updates you made on your Google Drive.
For that, you should use the application backup and sync from Google.
Backup and Sync from Google
This is a very important software. It allows you to sync the data from Google Drive and also upload data to the drive as well.
It keeps on background sync and your file is available to any device through the internet.
Download back and sync from Google.
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