Drive Console Emulator
4/5 (out of 25 reviews ) | 📥 37576 installs | 💲 Free of charge
A console emulation using Google Drive. Run simple commands through the console such as cd, mkdir, mkfile, rm, rename, cat, edit.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What is the rating of the Drive Console Emulator?
The Drive Console Emulator has a rating of 4 out of 5 based on 25 reviews.
2. How many active users does the Drive Console Emulator have?
The Drive Console Emulator has a user base of 37576 active users.
3. What is the cost of the Drive Console Emulator?
The cost of the Drive Console Emulator is Free of charge.
4. How to download the Drive Console Emulator?
To download Drive Console Emulator follow the below step:
- Visit the following link: Drive Console Emulator
- Click on the “Install” button located on the right side of the page.
- A prompt will appear requesting access permissions for the addon. Review the permissions requested
and click on the “Continue” button.
- If prompted, choose the Google account associated with your Google Workspace or Gmail account that
you want to use with the addon.
- Review the permissions again and click on the “Allow” button to grant the necessary permissions.
- The installation process will begin, and you’ll see a progress indicator.
- Once the installation is complete, you’ll see a confirmation message indicating that the Drive Console Emulator
addon has been successfully installed to your account.
- You can now access the addon. The specific steps to use the addon will depend on its functionality.
Refer to the addon’s documentation or instructions provided by the developer for guidance on how to
use it effectively.
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