Google Drive storage –
Google offers its users 15 GB of storage for free. Then the money is collected for storage. Google charges Rs 130 for 100 GB, Rs 210 for 200 GB, and Rs 650 for 2 TB storage under the premium plan. All of these plans are available with a Google One subscription. These plans also support family equity. This means that these users can also share with their families.
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Many times an important file is deleted by mistake. Then this file is needed and the file cannot be recovered in many phones. A deleted user file remains in Google Drive’s trash for up to 30 days. During this time users can restore the file. But once a file is deleted from the recycle bin, it can never be restored.
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How to recover deleted files?
First go to Google Drive and click on the trash can icon. All deleted files will appear here. Right-click on the file you want to re-store, or click on the three dots below. – The file will then be deleted and re-stored where it was.