So if you primarily employ Google Drive to write essays in your browser, then you don't really need these desktop clients.But if you rely on Drive to back up all your music, movies, and other files, then the applications make uploading and downloading files much more straightforward.Don't be alarmed if you see headlines about Google killing off or deprecating Drive—it's one of the tech giant's core products, and it isn't going anywhere.That means the main Google Drive service and office suite, where you store files and work on documents, will remain in place.Similarly, the mobile apps for Android and i OS will look just the same.If you rely on apps that plug into Google Drive or use it for cloud storage, then these should carry on working fine too.
So if all these things stay stable, what's all the fuss about?
I NEVER use Internet Explorer because it killed my PC the last time I used it.
Websites not fitting the description have since been demoted in Google's search results on smartphones and tablets while those meeting the criteria will be more likely to appear at the top of the rankings — a prized position that can translate into more visitors and money.
File storage service Google Drive is ending support for its desktop apps in March.
But what exactly is changing, what will happen to your data, and most important, what do you need to do to get ready? Here's a rundown of Google's plans for its cloud-storage service, and how you should prepare for them.
Google Desktop is a desktop search application that gives you easy access to information on your Mac and from the web.