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Do you need easy access to your files from any device, anywhere? Google Drive gives the ability to create and access files in a cloud based storage system. Drive starts you off with 15 GB of free storage space, and then you have the option to purchase more storage at a really reasonable price. Google Drive lets you create and work with documents, spreadsheets, presentations, forms, and drawings.

 

One great feature of Google Drive is the ability to share your documents with others. When you share a document or folder, another user may view or edit the item. You can manually add people to share your documents with, or you can pull them from your list of existing contacts.

 

You can also work with documents in your Google Drive if you’re offline. Once you have downloaded Google Drive for your computer, the Google Drive icon will appear on your taskbar. Click the icon to open Google Drive Options and open the Google Drive folder to view the contents of your Drive. Your files will sync with your online drive according to your sync settings.