Google Drive is one of the most popular services available to users.
For those of you who have never used it before, it is basically Google’s online backup and sharing service, though it also offers a number of different services, like Google Drive for Android, Google Drive Music, and Google Drive Docs.
For many people, Google drive is a great way to store and share their files, and if you use it with Chrome, you can use it as a document viewer.
This guide will show you how to install and use Google drive on your Mac.
Download the Google Drive app for Mac and sign up for an account.
Open up your Google Drive account by going to Settings > Accounts.
Click on the icon in the upper right corner to create an account for your Google account.
In the next screen, click on Sign up for Google.
Fill in your information and choose a password.
Enter your password and click OK.
Click the Create button in the top left corner to open up a new page and create an online account.
Your account will now be available.
Next, click Create account to add new users.
Select a name for your account and click Create name.
Next to your name, click Edit to change the name.
For this guide, I have chosen Google.
This will create a new account and name it Google Drive.
Add a photo for your username, and click Save.
Next you will need to choose your email address, which you can do by clicking on the green button in upper right.
To create a Google Drive email address for your friend, click Add a new email address.
Enter a username and password for your email account, and then click Save to add a new Google account to your email.
Next click the Create a new profile button and enter your Google email address in the field.
Now, click Done to close out the Google account creation screen.
Next go to the Account tab, and select your Google Account to complete the setup.
Click Save and you are all set to start sharing files.