Are your files taking too much space on Google Drive? Well, you could of course buy some more storage or maybe put your files to some other cloud services but let’s be honest here, Google Drive is a lot more easier and is a lot more convenient as its heavily integrated with the Google ecosystem. Nonetheless, you can get 2 GB of extra storage right now on Google Drive. It’s completely free and super easy to get.
All you gotta do is go over to this page and check your account security settings. When you open the link, you’ll need to verify your recovery phone number and email address and then add or change your security question. Next up, it’ll show you the devices that are logged in with your Google account. You just need to look through it and let them know that you acknowledge the logins of those devices. If you find something wrong with those list of phones and tablets, it’ll give you the option to change your password. Finally, you’ll see be asked to look at a list of apps (like Google Chrome, Clash of Clans and Flipboard) that you have signed into using your Google account and will be allowed to disconnect them if you want.
And once again, it’s free and really easy to get and only takes around two to three minutes so why not.
At the end of the quick security check, Google has left this short message: “Today To help celebrate Safer Internet Day 2016, we added 2 GB of free Drive storage to your Google account because you completed the Security Checkup.” They come up with offers like this once in a while so stay tuned to our website to learn about them as quickly as possible.
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