Load different storage accounts as virtual drives in your PC by using this application that offers drive mapping with data encryption
|Updated||March 1st 2019|
CloudBerry Lab N/A N/A
|Crack Size||11.9 MB|
|Systems||Windows 2K, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 2003, Windows 2008|
CloudBerry Drive is a Windows utility designed to help users easily manage different cloud storage accounts from the system tray area and easily perform file operations. It comes packed with some intuitive settings that should be easy to figure out, even by those less experienced with such software.
Installing the program is a fast and easy job that shouldn't impose any difficulties. It creates an icon in the taskbar notifications area at startup which includes a standard window dedicated to customizing settings.
You can get started by putting together a list with multiple cloud storage accounts by defining the display name, access and secret keys, and SSL mode. CloudBerry Drive mounts these online locations on the hard disk.
It is possible to set the drive to mount automatically at system startup, enable read-only access and set it as a removable disk or network mapped drive, depending on your preferences. What's more, CloudBerry Drive Crack lets you use proxies, log details to file and examine them later, as well as modify the default file cache directory.
The software application quickly mounts cloud storage locations as disk drives. It has a good response time to commands and works smoothly, without triggering the OS to hang, crash or pop up error messages. CPU and RAM consumption is minimal, so the tool does not significantly affect the performance of the computer.
To sum it up, CloudBerry Drive provides users with a fast, effective and reliable method to connect to multiple cloud storage accounts and mount them as local disk drives.
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