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CLOUDMOUNTER 3.2: EASILY ACCESS CLOUD SERVICES THROUGH A SINGLE MAC ICON

Mounting cloud storage on the desktop is a great idea with a few inherent limitations built in. Bandwidth is the principal concern, because even the speediest internet connections available to consumers aren’t nearly enough to transfer gigabyte-plus sized files as fast as attaching external hard drives to your Mac. Be that as it may, applications remain a worthwhile utility if you rely on cloud storage.

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