Google Drive just may replace my "go to" solution for cloud storage instead of Dropbox. I'm still testing it, but it offers more free space and the paid subscription is lower than Dropbox. Sometimes it seems to be a bit slower than Dropbox. I haven't tested if you can share something without the other party having to create a Google Drive account, like Dropbox can. Google Drive has incorporated Google Docs, and you can view but not edit Google Docs without an Internet connection as explained in the link below.
Tuesday, April 17, 2012
OK, it's been a while since my last post. Here's something annoying! After installing MS office (2003 or 2007) on a Windows 7 64 bit PC, the EULA will start every time you start an MS Office application, even after agreeing to it. The fix is to go to the Program Files x86 folder and find the Microsoft Office/Office11 or Office12 folder, depending on your version. Next find one of the MS Office application executable, like EXCEL.EXE for example. Right click on it and left click on "Run as Administrator". It will pop up the EULA and you will agree to it. It will not pop up again after doing this. Cheers!