Google Drive will automatically back up your hard drive later this month.
While Google Drive is as of now a fair distributed storage apparatus, it’s going to get significantly more helpful: beginning June 28, the administration will give you a chance to go down whole envelopes from your hard drive, and keep them in a state of harmony with your record.
You’ll have to first download the Backup and Sync device for your PC or Mac when it dispatches; once you’ve marked in, you’ll have the capacity to pick which organizers on your desktop you need to keep moved down, and get to them through Drive over your gadgets. That sounds helpful for individuals who as of now utilize Drive widely – it’d positively be decent to have a capable scan work for moved down documents.
In any case, unless Google comes up with new pricing plans to support this feature, Drive’s backup will cost you a reasonable piece more than different administrations, as it just accompanies 15GB of space for nothing. 1TB of space will set you back by $100 a year, while most opponents like Backblaze charge about a large portion of that value: Backblaze’s boundless Storage and syncing up expenses $50 every year, and Carbonite and independent venture centered Crashplan come in at $59 a year.