Just when you start thinking Microsoft is finally paying attention to consumer-driven demands, something that is making Google’s products much more appealing to users. The Redmond Tech Company goes ahead and shoots itself in the foot by reneging on an important product that has won over more users from its competitor’s platform.
Personally I began using Google Drive (G-Drive) ever since I moved from Yahoo to Gmail, that was over a decade ago. When Microsoft introduced OneDrive with Windows 8, the number of times I have found myself using G-Drive has slowly reduced as OneDrive became the obvious cloud computing solution, especially when on a Windows device.
The same can be said about many other users around the world. Given Microsoft’s dominance in the desktop space (traditional PCs and laptops). When Microsoft introduced free 15GB storage space on OneDrive and another free 15GB storage space if you install OneDrive on your mobile device to upload automatically photos. The company offered users a total of free 30GB storage space, which is a much better bargain than the 15GB maximum free storage on G-Drive.
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