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I've historically been a Ubuntu user, and recently switched to Mac. Previously, for syncing Google drive data to my local machine, I've used grive, which I really liked. Now, I've got a Mac, and grive is no longer an option ( :( ), though some other CLI options exist. However, I do now have access to the official Google tool for syncing that I couldn't use on Ubuntu (Backup & Sync).

The official app seems bloated compared to a CLI, however. Is that a reasonable assumption? Is it likely that I would ever notice any performance decrement due to this thing running in the background at all times? With a GDrive CLI, I can invoke it very lightly in the terminal whenever I want to pull/push, and that's all there is to it. Thoughts?

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