Are you feeling shortage of storage memory in your computer? Installing a new hard disk you can solve your problem. But if you are not in a condition to buy a hard disk at the moment, you can try Gmail. Yes! You can use your Gmail account as a hard drive.
Tip: Use The Web as Your Storage Vault.
Generally, Google allocates about 7 GB memory for each free Gmail account. But all the memory do not filled up as the mails of your in-box takes a little amount of space . So you can use the remaining space as your hard drive space. Learn how to do.
How to use Gmail as a hard drive
- At first download Gmail Drive. It will available in zipped format.
- Extract the archive in any folder of your computer.
- Install the Gmail drive by clicking on the Setup file.
Now you are ready to use the the drive from “My Computer” or Windows explorer. Just double click on it and it will ask you to logon.
Put your Gmail account details and log in. Now use that drive as like as your other drives in computer. Upload your important files there by dragging the files or copying them in the clipboard. If you still require more space then log out from Gmail drive by right clicking on the drive and clicking on log out.
Logon again with another Gmail account id and password. Keep you data and go on.