The Google Drive for its Windows users Bork the software update, where the users are facing the issues while attempting to use the updated software.
The Google Drive app for Windows has crashed and burned after the update of the app which turned out an unfinished and broken software update.
Reports of the cockup surfaced after hundreds of users posted their annoyance on social networks, Reddit, and Google Product Forums. It basically means netizens can’t access their cloud storage through Google’s Windows desktop client for Drive.
The internet giant is battling to get the outage sorted, we’re told. At point one, the ad biz admitted it was aware of “a problem with Google Drive affecting a significant subset of users.”
By using the bad software update of Google drive for windows, making the users frustrating by an error that reads “Sorry, Backup and Sync needs to quit”. It also apparently sports a warning that reads: “This UI is confidential. Do not leak!.”
“Our team is continuing to explore this issue,” Google’s G Suite status page was updated just a few moments ago.
They posted that, “We have acknowledged the root cause of the problem and are implementing a potential fix now.”
They also posted that “We will provide an update by 3/16/17, 2:30 PM [PT] with more info about this issue. Thank you for your patience.
“The users of Google Drive for Windows will receive the error message ‘Sorry, Backup and Sync needs to quit’ which making the clients to unable to use it. Other Sync users are not affected. The users who are affected may continue using the Google Drive web interface and mobile applications.
The Windows Drive user haven’t had a great run, and is known for being poked with bugs and not getting much love from Google.
In the past, there was an issue where several users have been facing difficulties to upload their files and the recent update have been facing the issues in the drive which appears to be a pre-release half-finished version that was wrongly sent out and installed by auto updating clients.