As of June 1, Google’s new conditions on inactive accounts or those that exceed the free storage memory for two years or more will come into effect. Some may not know it, but the new policies imposed by the US company will take effect very soon. The company has decided to add some changes and these would affect some of its most important tools.
It is no secret how important Google is to the world. Many of the main tools that millions of people depend on today belong to the American company.
When you use the 15GB that Google provides for free in these tools, you will no longer be able to upload files or create backup copies.
How would Google’s new policies affect users?
As of June 1, you will not be able to upload files or images to the Drive platform when you have used up 15GB of storage. You will also not be able to create backups in original quality on Google Photos.
It is important to note that everything previously uploaded will not take up space in the new one. This means that the account will start on June 1.
In addition to the 15GB of free storage offered by the US platform, it is also possible to buy more space at night via Google One.
That yes, there is a warning that the same company which explains that if a user has exceeded the space quota 2 years ago or more and did not release or buy storage to get back under the limit (15GB), probably the platform will delete all the content you have in your account Gmail, Drive, and Photos.
The detail is that the tech giant will warn users who violate the requirements before proceeding to delete their emails, photos, and documents three months in advance.