Q1. Can I use get2Clouds® without any existing Cloud service?
No, you need a cloud account to use get2Clouds®. You can sign up for a cloud account using the Register button on the Cloud Settings tab. The Register button is shown as soon as you select a cloud provider from the drop down menu.
Q2. What platforms does get2Clouds® support?
get2Clouds® supports Windows XP SP3, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10.
Q3. Which cloud services are supported by get2Clouds®?
get2Clouds® is compatible with Google Drive, Dropbox, Box, Microsoft OneDrive, MagentaCLOUD, and SugarSync. More cloud providers will be added soon.
Q4. How much does get2Clouds® cost?
Q5. How can I use get2Clouds® with Mac?
Q6. I want to uninstall get2Clouds®. How should I do this?
To uninstall get2Clouds®, you need to go to the Add/Remove Programs option within the Control Panel, where it can be safely removed.
Q7. Is my data safe and secure?
Yes. get2Clouds® uses state-of-the-art encryption. The data is sent via a secure socket layer (https).
Q8. What is the best way to securely send a password to the receiver of the file I want to transfer?
A good suggestion is to break the message into chunks. Send part of it one way for example, via email and the other part another way, via text message. Should anyone hack into either their email or device, they would only see one part of the password information.
Q9. How do I ensure my password is secure?
It is often recommended to include both upper case and lower case letters, at least one special character and one or more numbers, and it should be at least 8 characters long. Combining two or more unrelated words is also a good method to use. A good method to memorize a complex password is to remember a sentence like 'This year I go to Italy on Friday July 6!' and use the first characters as the actual password. In this case 'TyIgtIoFJ6!'. This method even helps against shoulder surfing. See wikipedia.org for detailed information.