As the company explains it, Amazon Cloud Drive is your hard drive in the cloud. Store your music, videos, photos, and documents on Amazon's secure servers. All you need is a web browser to upload, download, and access your files from any computer.
If you need more than 5GB, you can pay $1 per GB per year for up to 1TB of storage.
While Cloud Drive is great (highly recommended), it does not have the same great features of Dropbox, which places a folder on your desktop (or anywhere else) so that you can drag-and-drop files of your choice into the folder and it automatically updates your cloud storage. No need to head to a browser and upload a file.
In this guide we will teach you how to create a Dropbox-esque folder for Cloud Drive, making the free service into a very useful cloud storage tool.
Check the guide here: Guide: How to use Amazonís Cloud Drive on your desktop as a folder
Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 14 Apr 2011 17:51