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Thursday, 26 April 2012 11:20

Google Drive to appear on Chrome

Written by Nick Farrell



All the storage you can want


Google will integrate its new Google Drive online storage service with an upcoming version of its Chrome OS operating system.

Spokesgoogle Sundar Pichai told Wired that the lightweight operating system will be integrated with Google Drive which is the outfits new online storage service Google. Pichai said that it will mean that Google Drive will work naturally because your local drive is also Google Drive.

The service that operates on the web but will perform as if it was the local file system. If you open the ‘save file’ dialog box on Chrome OS the system will take you straight to Google Drive. According to Pichai, Google Drive will integrate with version 20 of Chrome OS.

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