Chromebooks are designed from the ground up to work “with the cloud” and they do a fine job at it. But they also work just as well with locally stored files if you want to keep things close. Even if you regularly work from the cloud, you might want to keep a local copy of that thing you’re currently working on in case you get stuck somewhere away from Wi-Fi for a bit. Your Chromebook doesn’t really care where you store your files, but because most devices have 64GB internal storage or less, you’ll want to take a bit of care how and where you put the important stuff.
Original Article Appeared 7/25/2018