3. Organise your photos
Hands up if you’re guilty of taking heaps of happy snaps, then struggling to find them when you need them?
Have them all at your fingertips with Google Photos, a program designed to store, sort, edit, search and share your images.
You have 30 GB of free online storage should you wish to share your images with family and friends.
4. Online storage / backup
If there was a fire in your house, all people and pets were safe, what’s the first thing you’d save? For me, losing our family photos would absolutely break my heart so I’d be rescuing my laptop like it was my own child.
Worry no longer! There are a number of free storage options, allowing you to make a backup of any important photos and documents online. You can also use these same applications to share files with family and friends.
If this is for you, check out Google Drive , which gives you 15 GB of storage for free and if you want to backup absolutely everything, 1TB (Terabyte) of data is a small $10 a month. A Terrabite is 1000GB, that’s a LOT of photos.
Dropbox , is another popular option, however this one only comes with 2 GB of free storage.