A free open source tool to map your cloud drive as local disk on your system.

Nowadays, cloud storage is very convenient for our work. But there is a problem when we use Onedrive, Google Drive, and Dropbox together with the FTP server, you know, it’s too much trouble, because I need to open a browser or Cloud Client every time if I want to browse these network disk files.

I hope there is a software can display these cloud disks in the Windows file manager like a local disk drive, that helps me can well organize the files. I think this will improve the usage of these network disk drives.

At first, I've tried Windows built-in disk mapping function, but the file transmission speed is too slow, and comes with various delays, and then I found a third-party WebDAV (Wiki), and there are 2 related software worth recommending: NetDrive and RaiDrive.

NetDrive is an annual pre-paid subscription software, and some cloud drives also charged fees, so these will cost me too much in total.

As I usually used to use the free product, and if there is no free, then I'll choose the discount product, so I tried an open source App RaiDrive.
It's not bad, and its functions are enough for me.

Now, let's look at how

RadiDrive directly maps Cloud Drive to Network Drive and displays it in the file resource manager, that is no different with the local disk, so you don’t need to download the files from cloud drive to your local disk, and it’s a user-friendly product.

As long as you have a high wire speed service, you can use these cloud disk as local disks to edit them by yourself, like opening files, viewing photos, playing videos, etc. The most important is that you don’t have to endure the limitations of the official client. With this App, we can make full use of all kinds of cloud drives, that is to say, we can get dozens of GB space for free.

RadiDrive User Guide


This product is easy to use, only need to add your account. The highlight feature is that it supports FTP, that is very convenient for me to manage my virtual host on AWS. It's both good to use for home and office.

The last thing I want to mention is the official promises they will not save the user’s account and passwords, that is very important. According to my test result, I find it indeed only obtains the authorization from the various Apps. There is no process of saving the user's password, so don’t worry about the security problem.

I tried it and added FTP and OneDriver cloud drives. The speed is very good, opening files on the cloud drive is only a little slower than on the local disk. I can view and edit the photo directly on the FTP. As a free and small App, it meets all my home and works to use, highly recommended.

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