What is Google Drive?

by Barbara J. Feldman on May 15, 2012

Google Drive is a new implementation of Google Docs that maps all your Google Docs to a local folder, and provides syncing across multiple computers and 5GB of free storage. It also tracks 30 days of document changes, so you can roll a document back to a recent version, and integrates smoothly with the popular Gmail service. For more details, read this introduction from Gizmodo.

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