Free disk space on your computer

CloudMounter is of great help to the owners of laptops with low-capacity SSDs. You can outsource your files and documents to Dropbox, Google Drive, and Microsoft OneDrive and mount cloud drive accounts to your PC without having to save cloud files on your computer. At the same time with the help of CloudMounter you can easily work with all online files the very same way you would work with local ones.
PC meet cloud drives

Mount cloud drive as local disk on Windows

Map cloud storage as a network drive for the easiest access from your PC. Connect and upload files to Dropbox, Google Drive, and Microsoft OneDrive in Explorer, as if just copying and moving files locally on your computer.

Dropbox

Google Drive

Microsoft OneDrive

Key characteristics of CloudMounter

CloudMounter is highly reliable and safe utility building a solid bridge between your computer and cloud storages.

Regular updates

CloudMounter team always works on new ideas and implements them in regular new versions. Our tech team is always happy to answer your questions.

Integration with Explorer

CloudMounter offers sleek integration with Explorer, which makes the app even easier to deploy and use.

Add more space to your Windows HDD

With CloudMounter you get an instant access to the cloud files without the need to store them on the hard drive. By mounting Dropbox (2GB), Google Drive (15GB), and Microsoft OneDrive (30GB) you can save space on your HDD.
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+2GB
+15GB
+30GB

All cloud services at your fingertips

CloudMounter is the perfect assistant that connects your computer with multiple cloud storages (Google Drive, Dropbox, Microsoft OneDrive) so that you can work with the files stored online in the same manner you do with local ones.
CloudMounter for Windows
CloudMounter for Windows is fully compatible with Win 7 SP1 and newer. Requires 11.38MB free space, latest version 1.0.545 released 12th Sep, 2017

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Also available for Mac
CloudMounter is also available for macOS. Mount cloud storages and remote servers as network drives.