Google “Drive” stops storing deleted files forever

Google “Drive” stops storing deleted files forever

From October 13th Google cloud service will automatically delete files that have been in the shopping cart for more than 30 days. This should be known to users who store digital garbage on “Disk” in the hope that it may ever come in handy.

As The Verge notes, this change will provide some consistency between Google products. Files that find themselves in the shopping cart of other online search engine services, including Gmail, have long been automatically deleted after 30 days.

Previously deleted files could be stored on “Disk” indefinitely, until the user erases them manually or cleans the cart himself.

The corresponding warning will be shown to users of Google “Disk”, “Documents” and “Form” in the coming weeks. In this case, the administrators of G Suite business accounts will have the opportunity to restore files deleted from the Trash within 25 days.

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