Typically when we sign up for online file storage we are often given option to download software that will allow you to sync files locally with the online account. The problem with that, as in my case, I have multiple online accounts with multiple providers and do not want to burden down my computer with numerous software installs from these different providers.
To remedy this issue and to give full control in the management of your files in the cloud, at multiple (popular) providers, check out Air Explorer.
Air Explorer is a Windows based program that appears to be relatively new (at least to me) that has the ability to connect to multiple online cloud servers. Air Explorer currently supports OneDrive, Google Drive, Box, Dropbox, Mega, Copy, Mediafire, Yandex, and WebDAV. When I tested Air Explorer it effortlessly connected to each of my online accounts and appeared to be quite fast.
What I like about the Air Explorer concept is that I can centrally and directly manage (move, copy, delete, share) my files and can even copy files from one provider to another provider. Air Explorer provides a dual paned interface that gives you the ability to easily perform the various file operations.
Optionally Air Explorer can encrypt your files when you upload them to the cloud
Sets up multiple accounts from the same server
You can synchronize folders between any cloud or your computer
Copy/Paste between cloud servers
Pause and continue uploads and downloads
Air Exlorer can share files
Centralize search of your files across all the clouds