|4 things you should know about Google Drive's future|
Added: 11.09.2017 21:23 | 13 views | 0 comments
Google Drive is kaput! Wait -- no, it isn't. Here's what you need to know about Google's cloud plans.
|Equifax hack may affect up to 143M people, Google Drive changes coming video|
Added: 09.09.2017 15:22 | 10 views | 0 comments
In this week's wrap-up, credit-reporting company Equifax says it was the victim of an enormous data breach. Meanwhile, Google lets the world know its plan to replace the Google Drive desktop app.
|Google Drive is dying -- time to update video|
Added: 08.09.2017 12:29 | 17 views | 0 comments
The desktop program for backing up files to Google's cloud is changing. Get to know the new system now.
|Get ready to update, because Google Drive dies next March|
Added: 07.09.2017 21:24 | 10 views | 0 comments
The new Backup and Sync app expands Google's approach to file storage spanning your PC and phone. Your choices: update now or update later.
|Google Drive down: Millions of users left unable to access online files after 'disruption'|
Added: 07.09.2017 13:01 | 9 views | 0 comments
Google Drive users have been left unable to access their online files as the technology giant admitted it was dealing with "disruption".
|4 ways to save a web page on an iPhone or Android phone|
Added: 03.08.2017 22:25 | 16 views | 0 comments
Updated August 3, 2017 to reflect Android N (7.1.2) and iOS X 10 (10.3.3).
So, you’re surfing the web on your Android or iOS device when you come across a page you want to save—not just bookmark, but keep, either locally on your handset or to your favorite cloud drive.
Not a problem. There are, in fact, a few different ways to save a webpage as a PDF, which you can then save to your device’s on-board storage or sync to a cloud service like Dropbox or Google Drive. You can also save lengthy articles to an offline reader app, or send the entire text of a page in the body of an email message.
Read on for four ways to save a webpage for later using Android or iOS, starting with...
|EaseUS ToDo Backup 10 review: Local and cloud backup under one roof|
Added: 18.07.2017 4:30 | 12 views | 0 comments
EaseUS ToDo Backup Home 10 may not have the cachet of rival , but it's nearly as capable. Perhaps more so for the average user if you count its ability to back up to online services such as Dropbox, Google Drive, and OneDrive. It also supports LTO 4 tape, which alone warrants an upgrade to the program's if you're one of the diehards still rocking serial storage.Design
Having not seen ToDo Backup for several full versions, we were pleasantly surprised at the revamped interface. The appearance and organization are far cleaner, and the workflow is tuitive. Icons are clearly labeled so there's no guessing what's what, at least if you understand the jargon. For instance, "mount" refers to opening existing backup images so that they appear as a drive letter, letting you browse their contents in Windows Explorer. Even we didn't understand what "Include all contents referred to Reparse Point" meant. It should read "referred to by the reparse point," which means if you have a shortcut to My Documents on your D drive, the contents of the actual My Documents folder will be backed up along with the D drive.
|Google Drive can now back up your entire computer|
Added: 12.07.2017 23:22 | 13 views | 0 comments
The Backup and Sync app can store all the files on your PC.