Transferring files from your PC to the cloud is a simple task that can be done in a number of ways.
Use the sync client
One way to transfer files to the cloud is to use the sync client provided by the cloud storage service you are using. Most cloud storage services such as Google Drive, OneDrive and Dropbox offer sync clients that you can install on your PC. Once the client is installed, you can select the folders you want to sync with the cloud and the files will be transferred automatically.
Use the web interface
Another way to transfer files to the cloud is to use the web interface provided by the cloud storage service. Most cloud storage services offer a web interface that allows you to upload files directly from your web browser.
Use third-party applications
You can also use third-party applications such as Air Explorer, Air Live Drive or Air Cluster to transfer files to the cloud. These applications allow you to access your files stored in different cloud storage services from a single interface and transfer files between different cloud storage services without having to download and upload them again. The advantage of these software is that you can have all your cloud accounts in one program. This way you can better control your accounts, even transfer files from one cloud account to another.
It is important to note that when transferring files to the cloud, you must ensure that the files are transferred correctly and that they are stored correctly in the cloud storage service. You should also ensure that files are transferred securely using an encrypted connection.