How to free up 15GB of free Google storage If you don’t want to spend money on additional cloud storage, delete the current 15GB free storage.
How to free up 15GB of free Google storage Google Photos completed unlimited free photo storage on June 1st. If this happens, users will be restricted to 15 GB of free Google storage. This gives the company access to all of their accounts, including Photos, Gmail, and Drive.
Users who want more cloud storage can start with Google’s subscription-based storage plans that start at Rs 20 per month for 100 GB of storage. However, if you do not need this kind of storage or do not want to spend money on additional cloud storage, you should clear 15GB of the current free storage space. Here’s how to do it in a few simple ways.
How to delete 15 GB free Google storage?
To check the unwanted files taking up the 15GB free cloud storage, you will need the Google One app. If you don’t have it, you can install the app from Google Play Store or Apple App Store.
In the app, go to the “Storage” tab. Here, you can see how much 15GB of free storage space is being taken up by Gmail, Google Drive files, and Google Photos data via the service.
To start deleting this data, click the “Free up account storage” button below. Now you can see a list of your storage eats. This includes emails that were already rejected but now permanently deleted, emails with large attachments, unsupported file types in Google Drive, and more.
You can enter each of these categories and select all titles or manually select the files you want to delete. Go to each category and proceed to delete any unwanted files you have other than emails and other important and desired files and data.
While this temporary fix allows you to free up some storage space, a list of important files and emails will be created over time.
When there are no unwanted files to delete, you may need to backup some files to your computer offline or consider another cloud storage service.
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