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Google Drive Will Soon Backup Your Computer’s Entire Hard Drive

Google Drive is one of the most used productivity tools of Google. People use it create backups of their data and make sure that their important data is safe. Now, thanks to a new and upcoming feature, Google will let you backup your entire computer’s storage disk.

Due to this change, instead of files needing to be stored inside the Drive folder, Google will be able to backup the files inside any of your folders. Later this month, on June 28th, Google will launch this feature in the form of a new app named Backup and Sync.

To use this feature, you’ll need to first download the Backup and Sync tool on your Mac or PC. After signing in, you’ll be able to choose the folders that need to be backed up. After doing so, you’ll be able to access Drive across different devices.

In its announcement post, Google announced that Backup and Sync app is focused on the consumer users. The G Suite users can continue using Drive for Mac/PC until the new Drive File Stream is made generally available.

The users interested in trying Drive File Stream can sign up using this link.

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