Google’s five million file limit, which was inadequately explained, has been removed. When it comes to cloud storage solutions, Google Drive is among the most well-known and, quite frankly, the finest.
Google has quietly implemented a controversial file creation restriction of five million items to optimize its server infrastructure. Although this threshold is anticipated to be achieved by just a small fraction of all users, it was a surprise to those who were paying for Google One’s higher levels and swiftly led to anger against the company.
The corporation has therefore declared that it will reverse the change that has caused so much uproar. Google Drive Removes Disputed File Limit Weeks After Discovery
Even though just a small percentage of users were affected, the company has decided to revert the move “while we investigate alternate options to provide a wonderful experience for all.” The company added in a subsequent tweet that it would be more proactive in informing users of upcoming changes in the future.
We recently rolled out a system update to Drive item limits to preserve stability and optimize performance. While this impacted only a small number of people, we are rolling back this change as we explore alternative approaches to ensure a great experience for all.
— Google Drive (@googledrive) April 4, 2023
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