Have you reached your Google Drive Quota???

As with any online file storage site, you are assigned a quota (the threshold that is reached when your online drive is full). TechRepublic posted a “how to” article that will show you how to check your quota on your Google Drive. You will need to be logged into your Google account for these tips to work. What is nice about this is that you can determine where the spacehogs are with these tips…

How to quickly find out what’s using up your Google Drive space

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Sign Up For pCloud For Free Online Storage

Yesterday I featured pCloud’s Transfer Service; but, what I did not know is that pCloud is also an online file storage service that has features that some of the other contenders do not. After you signup for the service you are given 10GB’s of free space to store and share your files. At that point you can earn more space by completing various tasks and tutorials that they have set up. I am currently working toward upgrading my space by inviting other users. For every user that I invite, I get 1GB of additional space (up to 20GBs) and the person signing up also gets a 1GB of space.

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pCloud

What is pCloud? pCloud is the right place to store and backup all your data – photos, videos, documents and large files without worrying about file size limit. All your files are stored safe in the cloud and available wherever you go, on any device – iOS, Android, Desktop, Web. All your files are immediately synchronized between your computer, your pCloud and all mobile devices and you have instant access to all updates you make.

pCloud has the typical features and options that you will see with some of the other online file storage services, but there are some features that make pCloud stand out:

  • You can upload as large files as your storage space allows you.
  • You can Choose a folder, go to options and click Get Upload Link. You will receive an unique Upload link. You can give that link to anyone who needs to send you a file and he/she can upload it directly to your cloud, even if the person doesn’t have a pCloud account.
  • You can (if pCloud installed) on your mobile devices tell pCloud to automatically backup all files you have on your phone to your pCloud account.
  • You can keep a copy of your important pCloud files on your phone by marking them as your favorite(s). You want to access certain files from your pCloud account even when you don’t have internet connection, you can just mark them as Favorite in the mobile application and a copy of those files will be stored locally on your mobile device and the changes to those files will be synchronized on every modification.
  • You can backup files from Dropbox, Facebook, Instagram and Picasa to your pCloud account.

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OneDrive Users Should Soon See A “Music” Folder Where You Can Stash MP3’s

Everyday I am seeing a Microsoft that is finally understanding the concept of cloud computing and the importance to be a real competitor instead of trying to be the master.

For example, with Microsoft’s OneDrive (online file storage) you could upload your MP3’s and store them; but, you could not play them back (or stream them from your account). Well with the new Microsoft, that has and/or will be changing. You will be seeing a Music folder show up on your OneDrive account that you can upload, store and PLAY those files.

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OneDrive MP3 Storage

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A Dual-Pane Android File Manager With A Ton Of Features

The geek in me likes the idea of dual-pane file managers to perform heavy duty file management functions where files in a folder from one side of the pane can easily moved or copied to another folder location in the second pane.

The only Android version of a dual pane file manager, that I am aware of,  is called X-plore.

X-plore File Manager

The dual-pane interface is very nice, but do you know what really sold me on X-plore?

It is X-plore’s ability to access all of the cloud file storage services that I currently have accounts with. I do not know of any other Android file manager that is setup to give access to the number of cloud based file storage services, as X-plore does. X-plore gives you the ability to connect to Google Drive™, Dropbox, Box.net, Mega.co.nz ***, OneDrive, Webdav, Yandex.disk, MediaFire, SugarSync, Dump Truck, and Copy.com. This option alone in X-plore saves you from downloading and installing the apps for each of those services (thus saving you space on your smartphone and tablet).

I could go on and on about X-plore and the features built-in that you normally don’t see; however, due to the number of features (and their uniqueness), I have listed them below to let you make your own decision.

Highlights:

● Dual-pane tree view

● Root, FTP, SMB, Sqlite, Picasa, Zip, Rar, 7zip explorer

● Disk Map – see which files consume most space on your disk

● Cloud storage access: Google Drive™, Dropbox, Box.net, Mega.co.nz , OneDrive, Webdav, Yandex.disk, MediaFire, SugarSync, Dump Truck, Copy.com

● SSH File Transfer (SFTP) and SSH Shell

● Application manager

● WiFi file sharing ***

● Manage files from a PC web browser

● Favorite folders

● Built-in viewers for images, video, audio, text

● Hex viewer

● Fast Image viewer with zoom and slide to previous/next images

● Thumbnails for images and video as well as for various file types (depending on associated application)

● Multi-selection – always available, yet not disturbing

● View APK files as ZIP

● Share – send files by Bluetooth, email, or whatever the device supports, from any location

● Configurable buttons and key shortcuts

● Seamless work with Zip (as if it was normal folder)

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Air Explorer – A Windows Based Software Application To Manage Your Online File Storage

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

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.

Air Explorer Interface

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.

Features:

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

Today’s Geek Squeaks – October 4, 2013

A summary of Today’s Geek Squeaks:

Squeak #1 – (AOMEI Backupper – “No brainer” Disk Backup and Imaging Software) – You may well know that in the coming upgrade release of Windows 8.1 you will have to really dig deep to get to the disk imaging component that was in Window 7. To remedy this issue, I went on the hunt and found a disk backup and imaging program that I can attest to being very good, easy to understand and serves as a good backup strategy; especially for home-based users (SEE BELOW);

Squeak #2 – (Remember 1995 – The Windows 95 Game Called Hover?)–  You can go back in time in your web browser and play the same game and even play against 8 others (SEE BELOW);

Squeak #3 – (Desktop Client For Your 50GB MEGA Account): The September 28th Geek Squeak roundup, I featured a bit about MEGA and their 50GB online file storage offering. Today at Addictive Tips I learned that MEGA has BETA released a desktop client where you can sync folders on your computer with your MEGA account (SEE BELOW); and,

Squeak #4 – (Online Streaming of Movies and TV Shows ): I am a big fan of Amazon and I am really liking the idea of their Prime Membership that gives you access to their movie collection, TV Shows, Kindle books and more (SEE BELOW)

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Microsoft Lets You Relive Your Windows 95 Years Through Any Browser

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A game called Hover! shipped on all Windows 95 installation CD-ROMs. As of today you can play that game again right through Internet Explorer 11 or any other browser that supports the Web GL development standard, including Chrome and Firefox… READ MORE


Official MEGA Client For Windows Appears; Syncs Multiple Local Folders With The Cloud

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Remotely Fetch Files On Your PC With SkyDrive

Many people are unaware of a very powerful remote access option that is available with Microsoft’s online file storage and sharing solution called SkyDrive.

If you have the SkyDrive desktop app for Windows installed on a PC, you can use the Fetch files feature to access all your files on that PC from another computer by going to your account at SkyDrive.com. You can even access network locations if they’re included in the PC’s libraries or mapped as drives. When you browse a PC’s files remotely, you can download copies of them to work on. You can also stream video and view photos in a slide show. To access files on your PC remotely, make sure the PC you want to access is turned on and connected to the Internet. SkyDrive also needs to be running on that PC, and the Fetch files setting must be selected.

SkyDrive

I have mentioned this feature before here on the blog and can attest to using it frequently (without problem) from my work location to access the files on my computer at home (including external drives).

Here’s how it works:

  1. Download SkyDrive for Windows.
  2. Make sure you leave the box checked during setup that will allow you to “Fetch your files from anywhere.” (You can also choose this later by clicking the SkyDrive icon (SkyDrive icon) in the notification area, at the far right of the taskbar, and clicking Settings. On the General tab, under Fetch files, select Make files on this PC available to me on my other devices, and then click OK.)
  3. Open your browser and sign in to SkyDrive.com.
  4. Your PCs that have SkyDrive for Windows installed will appear in the Computers menu. Choose the computer that has the file you want, and you can view, print, or download the file you forgot.

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