You would think Apple’s iCloud and Microsoft’s OneDrive would backup your PC to the cloud automatically. That way when you get a new computer or have to clean install the OS, you get every file right where you left them.
But no! Leave it to Google to innovate first and faster thereby becoming a pacesetter for the rest to follow. That is exactly what Google is doing with the soon-to-be-released feature of its Google Drive.
Come June 28, Google Drive will get a new additional feature, Backup and Sync that will enable you to backup the entire PC. Whether you are on a Mac or Windows PC, this new app will let you backup all the folders, or you can select specific folders you want to be backed up to the cloud.
How’s Back and Sync different from Google Drive desktop?
Already you can backup your PC on the Google Drive desktop app. But to do so, you need to drag and drop the folder(s) you want to be backed up into the Google Drive folder; even then the backup will not be automatic. Periodically, you will have to …read more