How to get a free trial of Google Cloud Storage in Windows 10

The latest version of Windows 10 comes with a new “Cloud Storage” feature that lets users use Google Cloud Platform services to store files on their computers.

The feature works in tandem with the new Windows 10 Anniversary Update, which adds a new option for storing files on the local hard drive instead of in the cloud.

This will be a welcome addition to those of us who are still struggling with the fact that Windows 10 has become one of the more sluggish operating systems in recent memory.

But what is Cloud Storage?

Cloud Storage is a feature that allows Windows 10 users to store applications and data on local hard drives.

For example, if you’re a web developer and you need to create an email account on your desktop, you can easily set up an account on Google Drive, or create a Google Drive account and then set up a Google Cloud account on the same computer.

But this is only a small part of the Cloud Storage feature.

The rest of the feature is a little more complicated.

The best way to understand Cloud Storage from a Windows 10 perspective is by first understanding what it does, how to use it, and how to configure it.

To get started, here are a few simple things to do when you’re on Windows 10: Open up your Windows 10 desktop (press Windows + X to open the Start menu) and click on the “My computer” button.

Select “My Computer” from the list of available programs and applications.

From the left side of the screen, click on “Settings” in the top-right corner.

In the “Settings,” click on Cloud Storage.

Under “Cloud” and “Storage” tabs, click “Create a new account.”

The “Create account” dialog will appear.

Under the “Account settings” section, select “My Account.”

Select “Create an account.”

This is where you’ll need to provide some information about your account.

You can leave this section blank if you don’t need to.

Once you’ve done that, click the “Save” button to save the account settings.

On the next page, you’ll see a page with a “New” button that will let you create a new cloud account.

To create an account, you will need to enter your user name and password.

If you are not familiar with how passwords work, check out our guide on how to create and use a Windows password in Windows.

From there, you need a new user name (which is the name that is shown in the account window when you login to your account).

Enter your email address in the box at the bottom of the page.

Enter a name for your account (this can be anything you want, but it should be descriptive) in the text box at right.

Click the “Next” button (the red button on the upper left corner) and then click “OK.”

This will create a username and password for your newly created account.

Click “Next.”

Under “My Cloud Storage” tab, click Create account.

The next page will ask you to create a “Local Drive.”

If you haven’t created a “Cloud Drive” before, you should click “Next,” and then follow the on-screen instructions to create one.

Click OK.

You should see a confirmation message stating that you have successfully created a local drive.

If not, click OK.

This creates a “My local” folder in your computer.

This folder will have a name of “Local.”

Click “Create.”

Under the next section, you want to choose “My Files.”

This page allows you to specify a list of files that you want the account to store.

From here, you have the option to save and organize your files, or to store them in a “read-only” directory on your local hard disk.

You’ll also have the choice to add a few other settings to your Local Drive.

Here’s the list that I chose: Name of the folder.

This should be something descriptive like “My Documents.”

If this is the only folder in the local drive, you might want to change the name to something else.

If your computer is a Windows machine, you may also want to rename it.

Size of the local folder.

By default, the Local Drive will be named “My Home.”

I’ve chosen “My Pictures” in this example.

This is just a simple placeholder name.

Type of the file.

This determines how the file will be stored on the drive.

“Text” files are the most common, and will be located in the “Text Files” folder.

Other files that will be created are the “Pictures” folder, and the “Music” folder that will contain all your music and videos.

“Audio” files (or any other type of files) are the next most common.

“Video” files will be in the same directory as your videos and music, and they will be included in the Music folder.

In my example, the “Video