A couple days ago, Erin wrote about the possibilities of Google making an online storage area known as the Gdrive. Although Google has not yet released this type of technology, some great programmers out there have created a program that turns your Gmail account into an online storage space. It’s called the Gmail Disk and it makes a disk on your computer that looks something like this:
All you have to do is install the Gmail Disk and then enter in your Gmail username and password. Doing that will automatically create the virtual disk for you.
After putting your files onto your Gmail Disk, just log in to your Gmail account and search for “gmailfs.” That will show you every file you have added to the Gmail Disk. Pretty cool, huh?!
You can download the Gmail Disk for yourself right here. To install the program, just download and extract the zip file and then double click on the Setup.exe file. The program will then do the rest on its own. Enjoy!