Google Drive is getting some improvements today. The update will affect its web interface. Even if you’re primarily using Drive on Android, you’ll end up visiting in the browser on occasion. When you do, you’ll see a refined User Interface and much better file downloads.

Here’s what Google says is coming in the update:

– You can now compress and download Drive items into multiple 2GB zip files. Files have an improved name structure, for example: drive-download-20160516T125832Z.zip for the first file and drive-download-20160516T125832Z-2.zip for subsequent archives.

-Better Google Forms handling.

-Empty folders are now included in the zip.

The 2GB size limit on large downloads was a real pain if you needed to grab a lot of files. Now, Drive will split downloads into multiple archives. You’ll also get empty folders included when you download an entire directory, thus preserving the hierarchy you’ve set up.

What’s new in Google Drive?

-Revised logo

-New search box design

-“New” button is in the toolbar now

-The primary color is now blue

-New icons in the side panel

-Minor positioning/sizing changes for the toolbar

All the new features and changes should be live for everyone in between one and three days.

Don’t forget to download Google Drive on your iOS & Android Devices as well.

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