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RaiDrive is a Windows utility that maps cloud storage services (Google Drive, Google Photos, OneDrive, Dropbox) as Windows drives. It allows for easy integration of cloud-based filesystems to the desktop without having to sync/download all the files in the cloud storage to the local disk.
RaiDrive, How to connect
It’s easy. Take it slow.
STEP1. ADD DRIVE
- Click the Add button to the right of the menu bar
- After selecting storage, click the OK button
STEP2. CLOUD SIGN-IN
- Sign in with your cloud service account (Google, Microsoft or Dropbox account)
- RaiDrive DOES NOT save your password.
You can see the drive you added in the File Explorer. Use it like a drive right now.
What is RaiDrive?
Helper to make cloud storage Windows drive
Make cloud storage like Google Drive, Google Photos, OneDrive, and Dropbox your Windows Drive. You no longer need to use your browser to find files.
You do not need to download all of the files in your cloud storage. Connect cloud storage to network drives for immediate use.
You can edit and save files instantly with your favorite programs such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Photoshop. Of course, you can also copy and move files. Experience true cloud storage now.
It is safe. Google, Microsoft, and Dropbox are protecting your files. RaiDrive allows you to make folders and files appear in Windows Explorer, using the methods they provide officially.
It’s faster than the browser. You can create a drive only two times by selecting Storage and clicking OK. Simplifies procedures to provide a more pleasant experience.
All of this is absolutely free. We look forward to adding more features in the future.
You do not need to download any files now. Connect now using RaiDrive.
Are you using Gmail? You already have a Google Drive. How much is 15GB. Check it now and connect to your Windows drive.
Are you using an Android smartphone like Galaxy? You are already getting infinite photo backup service. Check out the memories right now.
If you are using Microsoft Windows, you already have OneDrive. You can connect now to the email you used to sign in to Windows.
Do you use Dropbox? Now you can easily use synced files with your smartphone. You can copy or move files with File Explorer.