Google launched its all new Google drive,a cloud storage service yesterday.It is quite interesting to use in Windows7.Google drive application creates shortcut in your Favorites folders.So that you can easily access to those files whenever you want. “Copying file”,using Internet explorer is possible like you copy other files or folders in Windows.But there is another way to copy files to your Google drive that too with a faster speed.Using the Send to context menu option,right-click on any file or folder and send it straight to your Google Drive folder at instant.
Have a look on set up:
Step-1:Install Google drive desktop application on your Windows 7 PC.
Step-2:Now open the Run dialog box by pressing Win+R, then type:%APPDATA%\Microsoft\Windows\SendTo and hit OK.
Step-3:right-click on the Google Drive icon in the left pane, under “Favorites,” when the send folder opens and drag it over to an open area of the SendTo folder in the right pane.Keep in mind that you should not drag it onto one of the shortcuts already in the folder, or else you’ll get the wrong menu for Step 4.
Step-4:After that select ”Create shortcuts here.”
Step-5: Right-click on any file or folder in Windows Explorer, next go to “Send to” and choose Google Drive if you want to copy a file or folder using the SendTo context menu on your computer.
Now you are done.Now send files wherever you are to you Google drive account in Windows with a faster speed by right-clicking on any file or folder.If you want to send multiple files then you need to hit the Ctrl key as you highlight the files you want to send.Hope you all like this amazing feature off Google drive.