With Air Live Drive you can connect your clouds as disk drives on your computer and work with the clouds as local disks. It’s very easy, you only have to configure your cloud accounts in Air Live Drive and, when you open the program, you can see your clouds as disk drives on your Windows Explorer. Then, you can work with the files and folders in the cloud as if they were on local disks.
Air Live Drive works with the most important clouds and can add multiple accounts from the same cloud. Each account becomes a disk drive on your computer.
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