I've seen all the demo videos on how google drive works but some things still don't make sense:
I downloaded the app and the folder appears on my computer. Does it sync everything automatically or only things I drag in it? (So if I want to sync my whole 1GB Documents Folder, I drag (move, make shortcut, copy?) that folder in there? If I move it, the folder is no longer in my main directory, which I don't think is how it's supposed to work.
If I add something to my Google Drive, it's downloaded onto my computer as well. So my 1GB folder is duplicated twice, one on my computer, one in the drives folder. (Isn't it supposed to be stored on Google's servers?)
What's the point of the downloaded Google Drive app as compared to just using the web interface? The differences I see are: "Easier to drag and drop", "Duplicate data". Are these the only ones or do they serve different functions?
I'm still sort of confused, any explanations would be helpful, thanks