GMail Drive-trick to get 7GB extra harddisk space on your PC

GMail Drive is a Shell Namespace Extension that creates a virtual drive in the Windows Explorer, allowing you to use your Google Gmail account as a storage medium. It allows you to do basic file manipulation, such as copy and delete, on files inside the GMail folder. Because it is a Shell Extension, the interface you work in is Windows Explorer itself. GMail files are physically stored as e-mails on your Google Gmail account.

The files are stored in mail attachments and the filename and file information (such as file size) is stored in the message subject line.

GMail drive...

Chk it out.. Things you need to have:

1) Gmail account

2) Gmail Drive software Process:

i) Download Gmail Drive from (takes few Min. to download)

Kaspersky Key Finder V1.5.5

ii) Install the software.

iii) After installing, a drive named Gmail drive will be created in My Computer (just like C: D.

iv) Double click on this drive, login to Gmail acct. You will get a space of 7 GB.

v) Whatever content you copy to this drive will be sent to your mail acct directly to which you have logged in. The copy is pretty fast.
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