When a particular application is considered for use, it is very important that the system is used at the same time equally important that it is user-friendly as well. Often with tech products, the need to be tech savvy would turn off a lot of folks from making use of a product to the best possible extent. This is more of a mental block in some ways and it is possible to get to grips with any form of technology, no matter how complex, if sufficient time is spent in understanding the product.
The key element is the time that people have at their disposal and often with working people; this is a factor that is often at a premium. Thus the step taken by Google to make the Google Drive File Stream system more user-friendly with the latest of update releases done on the 23rd February is to be welcomed wholeheartedly.
Basically, the Google Drive File System is used to keep the files organized in the cloud with the Google Drive that is commonly in use by most people. It allows a more efficient organizing of the files and it must be said that there really is no need to download a file until the time that it is needed for use. This not just saves space but reduces traffic on an already congested network that modern computer systems rely on. The whole working could be had if an account is taken on the G Suite.
Considering that most people that do use the advanced features for work, do get to have a G Suite account would more or less cover everyone and anyone that needs this sort of service. In time, like the entire premium offering by software companies turn out to be, the advanced functions being brought out would be available free to any user.