Sunday, 29 May 2011

Gmail drive--create virtual drive through Gmail-- technoramayan

GMail Drive takes the short stack of gigabytes given to Gmail users and turns them into a virtual drive accessible from your computer's file tree.

Gmail drive is a space extension that creates a virtual file system around the account. This lets you treat those 5 gigs (at the time of writing) as a standard remote drive. You can drag and drop files into the drive, or use standard cutting and pasting. When you add a file, it sends an e-mail to your Gmail account with the file as an attachment. If you delete a file from the virtual drive, it deletes the associated e-mail, as well.
ALL you need to operate GMail drive is the computer must be connected to the Internet and the user must have a Gmail account.
Multiple computers can connect to one Gmail account thus allowing GMail Drive to act as a multi-user file server.

you can download Gmail Drive from this links..


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