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Tuesday, September 13

Gmail drive

Google offers more features than one can even imagine. Ever wondered what to do of the entire free space on your gmail account. What if you could use that space to back up files on your email account for further use or may be simply you need to keep some private data. One way of doing is saving the files in your drafts folder but then you are limited by the 15MB attachment gmail provides you.

Well, thanks to a third party software who developed a software Gmail Drive.
This drive is a virtual drive which is displayed in your My Computer window and can be only accessed by your gmail username and password. This enables multiple account usage. :D

You need to download the gmail drive software. This can be done here.

Once you install the drive (takes 5-6 secs), a new drive 'Gmail Drive' will be mounted on your My Computer window.





Clicking on it will ask your gmail credentials.




Simply, enter your username and password to login.
You may want to use the drafts folder (its completely optional).











A blank window opens up. Simply copy paste the files you require to upload. Close the folder and you are done.
Your files are uploaded and secured and can be accessed from any part of the world.

6 comments:

  1. This looks a great idea, I will be trying it, thanks for sharing.

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  2. Thanks a lot for the feedback Angelina. Please follow my blog for more tips and tricks. :-)

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  3. seems is not working. I get the error "Your IE browser's cookie functionality is turned off. Please turn it on."
    Few days ago was all ok...

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  4. Dear Steven, to turn on the cookie functionality. Start IE browser. Tools-> Internet Options.
    Under the privacy tab change the cookie handling slider to medium.

    Save your settings and restart your browser.
    I hope this works. Thanks for the feedback.

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  5. i have changed the cookie handling slider to medium, but this problem happens

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  6. Thanks for sharing this nice post. Google seems to be doing everything these days, it is not surprising that the Internet giant has developed online storage and synchronization.Now it becomes easy to save and share files through Google Gmail Drive.

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