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You can then decide where your Google Drive directory will be located, if you want it to sync your Google Docs files, and if you want Google Drive to start with your computer. To the last two questions I think your answer should be yes.
The program will start to sync your files. In my experience, this process goes remarkably quickly saw upload speeds of up to 6Mbps.
Once installed, your Google Drive looks and act just like another local directory on your system. Note two other things here though. First, your Google Docs haven't actually been downloaded to your system. See all those 1K sized documents? Instead of the actual documents, you just have links to the Google Docs. This also means that you can't work with them off-line. You can, however, work with your Google Drive-based Microsoft Office or LibreOffice documents.