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With Google’s introduction of support for any file type in their storage offering, the GDrive rumors continue to gain strength. In fact, many now refer to the new offering as GDrive, given the existing capabilities of Google Docs in combination with Google Storage. But how can you have a GDrive service that has no local drive? Gladinet Cloud Desktop answers that question by providing a mapped network drive interface to Google Storage. This enables you to actually put GDrive on G:\, so you can manage your files in Google Storage exactly as you would on a local hard drive. Google Storage access doesn’t get any simpler than that!


Create and share your work online

  • Upload from and save to your desktop
  • Edit anytime, from anywhere
  • Pick who can access your documents
  • Share changes in real time
  • Files are stored securely online
  • It’s free!

    Google Storage: How it works

    Google offers a way to purchase more storage space when you run out of free storage space in Gmail, Google Docs, Picasa Web Albums and Blogger (for photos).

    Free storage

    Free storage space is specific to each product. Picasa Web Albums offers 1 GB of storage for photos and videos only. Gmail provides 7+ GB. Docs gives you 1 GB for everything: all of your docs, spreadsheets, presentations, and uploaded files. Free storage from one product cannot be used by or transferred to another product.

    Paid Storage – Just $.02 per GB!

    When you run out of free storage for any product, you can purchase additional storage that is shared between products. This shared storage can be used for Picasa Web Albums uploads, Gmail messages, Docs content or a mix of all three – it will be used by any product that’s over its free storage quota on a first-come, first-served basis.



    Main Features

    icon02 Map a network drive to Google Docs

    icon02 Easy drag and drop migration to Google Docs from any service or your desktop

    icon02Connect to any number of Google accounts

    icon02Create, browse,  and delete Google Docs files from Windows Explorer directly.

    icon02Create, browse and delete folders from Windows Explorer

    icon02Drag and drop from your local folders and files to Google Docs directly

    icon02Drag and drop files and folders from Google Docs to local folders directly

    icon02Schedule backup task from local file and folders to Google Docs

    Coming soon in version 2.0

    icon02Support for any file type in Google Docs for Google Apps

    System Requirements:

    icon02Windows XP/Vista/7

    icon02Windows 2003/2008

    icon02Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0

    icon02Google Docs or Google Picasa account

  • Filed under: Uncategorized — Updated February 3, 2010, 9:40 am