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Yes but I had serious issues on windows 7 with it
crashing. Now the weird thing is that it looks like they have also abandoned xp
completely, which was the only reason I was still it as other machines run
dropbox and it seems a whole lot slicker than the google drive
The amd chipped old xp machines now have no
into virus or google drive as the new version will not install due to code
issues and the processor.
I'm not having a moan, but just wonder how many old
xp users will now continue to use their machines with broken security and
hacked cloud storage.
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----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, February 08, 2018 5:34
Subject: Re: [nvda] Google drive
I use google back up and sync. It's very accessible and
works well. I also ise iDrive as well for my more important stuff.
On Feb 8, 2018, at 1:12 AM, Brian's Mail list account via Groups.Io
at the moment it has just stopped synchronising so I guess that
answers part of the question, nice of them to give me about half an hours
warning. Thanks google.Brianbglists@...Sent
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Original Message ----- From: "Brian's Mail list account via Groups.Io"
Thursday, February 08, 2018 9:08 AMSubject:
[nvda] Google drive nagging
I see that Google drive are nagging me to update to the back
up and restore new version. I disabled updates some time ago to keep
the old format as nvda would not work very well with the newer versions
coming out and also they were crashing machines all over the place
it now safe to update as the cryptic message its putting up every so often
is that its no longer supported, which could just mean its not ever going
to get security updates or that they intend to stop users with the old
software from accessing the system any more. I have no idea which, but a
few days after Google also nagging me to not use email clients to access
their accounts they do seem to be getting a bit too aggressive
toward their users in my view.
Is there any other easy to use
cloud storage that can run on old xp machines,which is the only real
reason for using google drive at all since dropbox stopped its software
running, mainly due to the fact that they started to use a newer code
compiler that made code that fell over on xp.
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