Where they fail in accepting homeschoolers are valid schools they excel in file syncing. I think they are free and fast and dependable and easy. Their interface works and it works well and it always syncs in the background. So make a free Google drive account. drive.google.com. They give you 15 gig free. I use Google drive for my most often used files or things I want to share with someone else because Google also excels in the easy file sharing. I personally upgraded to 100 Gig for $1.99 a month. Seriously…$1.99 a month for 100 gig. That’s peanuts compared to other companies. I however, changed my utilization and now could go back to the 15 gig free but I like knowing I have 100 gig. It’t not 1 Tb but that’s ok. Like I said I use it for my current, often used things because it’s fast it’s good on a phone and it’s reliable and it syncs pretty quickly. Where Google errors is in their tiers. You go from 100 gig to 1 Tb and the price goes up to $9.99 a month. Why would I pay $9.99 for one user to have 1 Tb when at Microsoft on the educational pricing I get 1 Tb for 1 user for $1.50. Then Google blunders again by jumping to 10 Tb for $99.99 a month. There is no inbetween. They need to let you increment 100 gig 200 gig, etc. Jumping from $1.99 to $9.99 is too much. So use either the free 15 Gig or the 100 gig cause that’s a good deal.