How to Backup Files On Google Drive Manually

Backup Files On Google Drive Manually

Google Drive is a file storage and synchronization administration created by Google. Propelled on April 24, 2012, Google Drive permits clients to store documents on their servers, synchronize records across the device, and offer documents. Notwithstanding a site, Google Drive offers applications with disconnected capacities for Windows and macOS PCs, and Android and iOS cell phones and tablets. Google Drive includes Google Sheets, Google Docs, and Google Slides, which are a piece of an office suite that grants communitarian altering of reports, introductions, drawings, structures, spreadsheets,  and that's just the beginning. Files made and altered through the workplace suite are spared in Google Drive.
Google Drive offers clients 15 GB of free storage through Google One. Google One likewise offers 100 GB, 200 GB, 2 TB, 10 TB, 20 TB, and 30 TB offered through paid plans. Documents transferred can be up to 5 TB in size. Clients can change protection settings for singular documents and organizers, incorporating empowering offering to different clients or making content open. On the site, clients can scan for a picture by depicting its visuals, and utilize regular language to discover explicit documents, for example, "discover my spending spreadsheet from last December".

In this method, you will upload your files or folders by simply going on drive through a web-based or android application.

Step 1

Go to Google Drive from here

If you have an android phone or tablet then open Drive application.

Step 2

Click on New to upload your files and folders.

Step 3

Select File upload or Folder upload which you want to upload.

Step 4

Go to the destination of your file or folder and click on Upload.

Now you can check all files or folders which you are uploaded in the google drive.

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