Yes, but how do you back those up, if the unthinkable happens, and due to some malfunction on Google's side they lose all your files?
Good question. I have explained here how I do automatic backups of my Google data (Gmail + Drive+ folder in Drive for Google Photo+ calendar) : https://www.donation....msg391828#msg391828
The most difficult part when doing backups is the restore one. So do some tests yourself !
I also recommend the manual backup of Google Take out. They have options for Google Drive : you can zip one or all Google Drive folders and transfer them as a zip file in Dropbox (or..) without downloading the zip on your computer.
Sorry for my bad formatting. I have tried to make my tests very seriously but I guess you deserve more info :
The first dtsearch test is with the exact keywords that you provided a) b)...etc
I also added " means your help readme files founds (not tested on every rows - only 6 - sorry!)". I have colored some cells on only 6 rows if it found "Readme36.doc" and "Readme36.pdf" files.
You may may remove it for clarity if you want to.
In the second one I modified the a) b) so Dtsearch understands what I want to search : so the syntax of the keyword are slightly modified.
Probably column "AS" should be moved to column "BA for instance".
The first GOOGLE DRIVE test is with the exact files that are in your zip folder once unzipped (no file is converted to Google Document).
I didn't have time to add the correct numbers in all cells on that part. Please add them. Thanks.
Also I let the cell with numbers blank instead of color them in orange.
Hope this helps