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Author Topic: Is there a dual page file manager that works well on Google Drive (and Docs)  (Read 1215 times)

Steven Avery

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Should be simple, right?

Contro

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Do you mean online ?

kunkel321

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If you want to browse/manage your google docs, then there would need to be a web browser component I guess -- yes?

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You can use Windows to set up a permanent link to GoogleDrive or any other similar services, as long as you have drive letters free?

And then you can use your file manager of choice? Look up how to use the command 'NET' in Windows. It is pretty versatile (and part of the tools that come standard with any version of Windows).

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You can use Windows to set up a permanent link to GoogleDrive or any other similar services, as long as you have drive letters free?

And then you can use your file manager of choice? Look up how to use the command 'NET' in Windows. It is pretty versatile (and part of the tools that come standard with any version of Windows).
The current Google Drive for Windows adds a drive letter (G: by default) to your computer. Any file manager should work from there. I certainly have no problems with XYplorer.
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Total Commander has a "Cloud" plug-in for that.