Google Drive for Windows updated for simpler access to Docs, Sheets and Slides

An update to Google Drive for Windows desktop users claims to make it simpler now to access Docs, Sheets, and Slides from the PC. Upon installing Google Drive


An update to Google Drive for Windows desktop claims to make it simpler now to access Docs, Sheets and Slides from the PC. Upon installing Google Drive on their computers, users will be able to spot shortcut icons for each of the editors on their desktop and also within the Drive folder in the Start menu. 

 

Like it? To create one, double click the editor icon and sign into your Google account. Every document, presentation and spreadsheet you create is saved in your Drive. Expect to see these changes over the next week; it applies to all new Google Drive for PC installs. 

Google Drive for Windows updated for simpler access to Docs, Sheets and Slides

For simpler access to Docs, Sheets and Slides

 

 

Google Drive was recently updated to include 18 new languages – Afrikaans, Amharic, Basque, Chinese (Hong Kong), Estonian, French (Canada), Galician, Icelandic, Khmer, Lao, Malaysian, Nepali, Persian, Sinhalese, Spanish (Latin America), Swahili, Urdu, Zulu, making it a handier tool to use.

 

Users can switch back and forth as many times as they choose to, and many of these are in fact supported by Drive's spellchecker. Those who collaborate often on documents, sheets, slides and forms on Drive can do it in real time in any chosen language, even as their fellow collaborators pick a different language.

 

To switch languages, click the gear icon in the upper right and then select Settings. Under General, you can choose a language of your choice from the drop-down menu in the Language section. Hit on the Save option. 

 

Once you’ve got the updated Drive working on your PC, tell us what you think about it. 

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