I've been tinkering, trying to get Clouddrive to utilizing my full upload bandwidth (20Mbps) with Google Drive, and the latest thing I tried is upgrading to the latest version (220.127.116.118). Now I can't get Clouddrive to upload basically at all to either Google Drive or to Amazon Cloud Drive (which I just added to see if the issue was Google related). It's technically uploading, but at about 100kbps which is obviously unusable.
I tried downgrading to see if 18.104.22.1688 is the issue. I uninstalled Clouddrive, then tried installing 22.214.171.1245. I got an error, "The background service failed to start, try restarting the computer". Restarting didn't fix the issue, but when I reinstalled 1.0.0608 the application worked again but still has the terrible upload speeds.
So, can someone tell me the proper way to downgrade? Or, if anyone has any idea why I can't get Clouddrive to upload to Google *OR* Amazon, and how to fix the issue, that would be an even bigger help. (For what it's worth, I've tested uploading to the same Google account with odrive and it works perfectly, so my account isn't the issue. And yes, I stopped the odrive sync, so the issue isn't that it's interfering with Clouddrive - I only enabled it to test the bandwidth after already seeing Clouddrive having issues.)
EDIT: Just installed 126.96.36.1999 to see if that fixes the issue. Still have near-zero upload speeds.
EDIT2: I'm embarrassed to report this was a user error. I use the free version of NetBalancer to do a little traffic shaping and it recently updated and reactivated the full trial, implementing a whole host of rules without me noticing. Once I figured that out and cleared those rules, bandwidth is working fine so far! Still not sure how I'd downgrade if I wanted to, but thankfully there doesn't appear to be a need any longer.