Google Drive is the centerpiece of Chrome, and undoubtedly the centerpiece of any Chromebook setup too.
Google Drive should be familiar to even the most casual Web user, as it’s one of the most useful Web services around. You can store files online (15GB is free, then you’re urged to upgrade to one of Google’s paid plans), or you can create and edit documents right in the same interface. The service supports word processing files, spreadsheets, presentations, and even drawings.
If that’s not enough, you can connect additional apps to Google Drive, including AutoCAD tools, photo and video editors, Gantt charts, and more.