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Map your Online Storage to your Desktop with Glidinet for free

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http://www.liberiangeek.net – Here’s one free tool to help you map your online storage to your desktop. If you’re subscribed to online services such as Google Docs, Microsoft Live SkyDrive, Zoho or other storage services, then with Gladinet you can map these storage services to your Desktop as if they were directly connected to your computer.   Gladinet allows you to seamlessly create local drives that are directed mapped to your online storage services. With Windows Explorer, you can then access files and folders stored online securely and with ease directly from your desktop. Moving files and folders into your online storage is just a matter of dragging these files and folders into the mapped drives created on your computer. This is also a great way to backup your critical data securely online. And because Gladinet is a opened technology, it works with many of the popular online storage services right out of the box. There are two versions of Gladinet. One is Cloud Desktop and the other Cloud Gateway. The latter is primarily for business users. It has more robust features that are not found in Cloud Desktop but it’s not free.   Click here to download and install Gladinet.   1) Click Run when prompted.       2) Click Next to continue with the installation. On the next screen, accept the license term and continue.       3) Choose where to put icons and shortcuts. Next specify the installation folder.       4) Click Next to install the program. Once complete, click Close to launch it.       5) Select the online storage to continue from the list.     6) After configuring your selection, you’ll get an alert to create a backup task. You can also specify to backup files and folder automatically.     7) You storage mounted as a drive in Windows.     Next, I’ll show you how to configure Gladinet with these different online storage services. Until then, have a great day and come back soon. Join the forum discussion on this post — (1) Posts (HowTos)