After more than 6 years of rumors and a long-ago cancellation because “files are so 1990″, Google Drive is finally here. Coming with 5 GB of free storage space, a Dropbox-like desktop sync client, and strong integration with Google’s web apps, Google Drive has a lot to offer. Google Drive is late to the game, but it stands out from the pack with its deep search features and application integration.Google Drive is the evolution of Google Docs – it actually replaces Google Docs entirely. Google Docs has had the ability to upload arbitrary files for a while, but it was awkward — Google Drive adds a convenient desktop file sync folder. If you had any Google Docs, you’ll find them in Google Drive – the Docs editing apps are now part of Google Drive.