About Google Drive
Google Drive is a cloud file storage system, and part of your UNC Asheville Google Workspace account. Store an unlimited amount of data, and access your files anywhere, from any device.
Accessing Google Drive
Access your Drive in your web browser at https://drive.google.com/drive.
Additionally, you can install Google Drive File Stream to access your Google Drive files directly from your Windows or macOS computer – just as if they were saved on your local disk drive.
Set up File Stream on Windows → | Set up File Stream on macOS →
You can also install the Drive mobile apps on your personal iOS/iPadOS or Android mobile device.
Install Google Drive for iOS or iPadOS → | Install Google Drive for Android →
Adding files to Google Drive
You can store any file in Google Drive: pictures, drawings, videos, and more. You only need to store a file in Drive on one device, and it will automatically be available on all your other devices.
Upload files on the web
- Go to Drive.
- Click + New > File upload or Folder upload, then choose the files you want to upload.
- Click Open.
The Google Workspace Learning Center for Google Drive provides a complete guide for working with Drive.