Gmail will be up to 10GB of Free Storage

Gmail Yesterday (24/4), Google said it would increase the storage capacity for free users to use Gmail email service to 10GB, up 35% compared to today.

Just yesterday, Google disclosed cloud storage solution “Google Drive” of the firm.

This service is in direct competition with Microsoft – SkyDrive, Dropbox and other similar services.

This solution offers free 5GB cloud storage and allows users to store, collaborate and share documents or files any time, anywhere.

That is, from anywhere, users can also access and tune into his data source stored on a “cloud” of Google.

At the same time, Google Drive new services were deployed on the site.

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