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Author Topic: How Big Is Google Drive Storage And How to Increase Your Drive Storage Free  (Read 2947 times)

Offline Miss Ifeoluwa

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Google generously offers you 15GB for free, which is quite a lot compared to other free services. But what should you do when you are close to exceeding that limit?

You can check your current storage status, if 15GB is about to run out, you can buy more space on the price page, and you can get an additional 100GB space for only $2 per month.

But if you don’t want to buy a subscription, what do you usually do? Here are some ways and tricks to increase Google Drive space free, so you can easily get free space without costing you a penny.

If you don’t want to upgrade Google Drive to get more Google Drive storage space, you can create 10 Google Drive accounts. Since Google does not restrict you from creating accounts, you can create as many accounts as possible. Then, you can use the free multiple cloud storage manager --- MultCloud to merge multiple Google Drive accounts to increase Google cloud storage.

Currently, MultCloud supports adding 30+ popular cloud storage services, such as Dropbox, Dropbox Business, Google Drive, Google Workspace, Google Photos, OneDrive, OneDrive for Business, MEGA, Flickr, FTP, Box, pCloud, Amazon S3, and even supports adding Shared with me and Shared Drive separately. With MultCloud, you can manage multiple Google Drive accounts or other cloud accounts.

MultCloud not only can merge multiple accounts of a single cloud drive, but also can merge different cloud drive accounts. In addition, with Cloud Transfer, Cloud Sync and Cloud Backup provided by MultCloud, you can also transfer, sync, or backup files from one cloud drive to another cloud drive, such as transferring Google Photos to Dropbox or syncing Dropbox to Google Drive.

In addition to the above method to increase the storage space of Google Drive, you can also increase storage space indirectly through other tricks. Although these tricks are not as ideal as the above method, they can also help you appropriately in special or emergencies.

Many users know that Google Photos will share the storage space of Google Drive, and every photo and video backed up to Google Photos will be counted in your Google storage space. If you keep saving your photos in their original size, you can free up a lot of space by converting them to Google’s "Storage saver" option (previously called "High quality"). This will compress the image to 16MP and the video to 1080p.










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