Cloud Explorer: Manage Data from Dropbox, SkyDrive, even Facebook
Article by George Norman
On 22 Jan 2014
From a simple, Windows Explorer-like interface, you can access and manage data stored across multiple cloud storage services.

With Cloud Explorer, a free application for Windows-powered machines, you can access data stored on Dropbox, Google Drive, SkyDrive, Box, and Facebook. These are the clouds that Cloud Explorer supports right now. The developer explained that support for more clouds will be added in the future.


Last week I presented MultCloud, a tool that allows you to manage data stored on Dropbox, Box, Google Drive, SkyDrive, SugarSync, and Amazon. This AOMEI Tech-developed tool works inside your browser – you must log into your MultCloud and use your browser to manage data stored on multiple clouds. But what if you don’t want to use a web app? What if you want to use a classic app?

In that case, I have some good news for you. If you would like a more classic approach to managing data on multiple clouds, then I present to you the free Cloud Explorer. Install this application on your PC, log into your cloud accounts, then use its user friendly and Explorer-like interface to manage data stored on Dropbox, Google Drive, SkyDrive, Box, and Facebook.

Cloud Explorer – System Requirements
  • Processor – 1GHz or better.
  • RAM – at least 512MB.
  • Disk space – at least 10MB of free disk space.
  • OS – Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8.

Cloud Explorer – Main Features
  • Provides support for multiple cloud services: Dropbox, Google Drive, SkyDrive, Facebook. More clouds will be added in the future.
  • View data stored in the cloud, download data from the cloud, upload data to the cloud, rename and delete data from the cloud.
  • Cloud Explorer is offered for the great price of free. It is freeware.

If you want to get started with Cloud Explorer right away, you can get the application right here on FindMySoft.

Tags: Microsoft, Windows, Cloud Explorer, cloud, Dropbox, Google Drive, SkyDrive, Facebook
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