Tag: drive

How to Recover Deleted Files from iCloud Drive

Losing files is gut-wrenching, especially if it’s an important work document or pictures of your kids. Online storage solutions usually offer a way to restore deleted files, and iCloud is no different. The process is convoluted, but we’ll hold your hand all the way. Companies like Dropbox offer some extensive solutions for restoring deleted files […]

How to Move Fortnite to Another Folder, Drive, or PC

Epic’s launcher only lets you move Fortnite by uninstalling and redownloading it. Here’s how to move Fortnite to another folder or copy it to another PC—without the 32 GB download. Back Up Your Fortnite Folder First, you’ll need to create a backup copy of your Fortnite folder. Fornite installs to C:Program FilesEpic GamesFortnite by default, so […]

How to Copy Google Drive Folders

If you need to copy a Google Drive folder from a web browser, Google doesn’t make it easy for you. But you can use a workaround or download the desktop app for a more streamlined approach. Copy Folders Using Google Drive (Kind of) Google Drive doesn’t offer a way to copy a folder and all […]

How to Organize Your Google Drive

Over time, with some neglect and potential laziness, your Google Drive can accrue tons of files and become a mess to find anything. Here’s how to organize your Drive to find everything fast and make sure it stays in order. Organize Your Files Into Folders One of the easiest ways to organize your Google Drive […]

How to Quickly Search Google Drive

If you haven’t gotten around to organizing your Google Drive and need to find something in a hurry, you might have difficulty finding a particular file. Here’s how to quickly search Google Drive. Google Drive Quick Access Google Drive has a feature that sits at the top of the homepage with suggestions of recently opened or […]

How to Assign Tasks in Google Drive

When collaborating on files in Google Drive (Docs, Sheets, and Slides), it’s easy to lose sight of who’s working on specific parts of a project. With Google Drive, you can assign tasks to another collaborator on your team. Fire up Google Drive and open a file you currently collaborate on with other people. For this […]

How to Save an Email to Your Hard Drive

Emails normally stay in your email program, but occasionally you might need to keep a copy as an offline backup. Here’s how to save an email to your hard drive so it’s always available and accessible. Saving an Email from Gmail To save an email from Gmail, open the email and click the three dots […]

How to Save Gmail Attachments to Google Drive

While you can access Gmail attachments by opening the related message deep within Google’s client, it’s not very convenient. You need a central location to access saved documents and images. This guide shows you how to save Gmail attachments to Google Drive. An example use case for this is if you’re working with a construction […]

How to Create an Image of Your USB Drive

You can back up your USB drive by creating a saved image. You can then take that saved image and clone multiple USB sticks. This guide shows you how to create an image of your USB drive using Windows 10. Copy Versus Clone Don’t follow this guide if you’re simply copying files from a USB stick. […]

What Is an EAMR Hard Drive, and How Does It Work?

Hard drives are like printers: the technology is so old and well-understood, there’s really nothing new happening. Besides, aren’t we all about NVMe and SATA SSDs these days? Mechanical Hard Drives Are Still Big Business While it’s true consumers have largely moved on, data centers are still looking for higher capacity hard drives. That’s why […]

How To Fix A Bad Hard Drive On Linux

Having issues with your hard drives on Linux? Don’t worry, there are ways to address these types of issues. The easiest, and quickest way to fix a bad hard drive on Linux is by using a partition editor known as Gparted. With it, users can easily modify file systems, delete them, create new ones, and even […]

How To Access Google Drive On Linux

There are many different solutions for cloud-based internet storage these days. There’s the infamous Dropbox, Box.com, Microsoft’s OneDrive, and of course, Google Drive. For the most part, cloud storage is very iffy on Linux. Out of all of the mainstream solutions out there, only a small amount of them have actively taken the time to […]