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New Productivity Features in Dropbox Version 18.2

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The Dropbox app for iOS devices has been updated with a slew of handy new productivity features that you definitely must know about if you are using the app. Here are the new productivity features in Dropbox version 18.2. New Productivity Features in Dropbox Version 18.2 iMessage App for iOS 10 The biggest and most […]

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How to Move Dropbox Folder to a New Location

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By default the Dropbox folder sits in your Users folder at C:\Users\<username>. You may for reasons best known to you (it could be that you have a smaller drive for your OS or you prefer managing Dropbox files from your Documents folder or any other reason) you may want to move the Dropbox folder to […]

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How to Save Files to Dropbox Directly from Chrome Browser

Anyone who uses Dropbox knows how convenient and useful the application is, especially when it comes to collaborating and accessing data while on the go. Dropbox offers a number of ways in which you can save files, images, or other data. For instance, you can download the desktop application and use the upload and download […]

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  • Updated March 2, 2016
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How to Share Files on Dropbox

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Dropbox isn’t just a handy cloud storage solution. It also lets you share files with your coworkers, friends and others easily. If you are not familiar with the process of sharing, this tutorial will show you how to share files on Dropbox and understand the restrictions that apply when you share with others. You can […]

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  • Updated December 25, 2015
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How to Enable Two Step Verification for Dropbox

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In our continued series on enabling two step verification to ensure more security for online accounts, we take a look at Dropbox. You might recall that only recently there were reports of an attack on the cloud storage service where a number of passwords were purportedly leaked online. And although Dropbox came out with a […]

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  • Updated December 26, 2015
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Microsoft SkyDrive Provides a Clear Alternative to Dropbox

Dropbox was one of the first file-sharing servers available for use on the cloud. The problem is that increasing security concerns have many people scrambling to find alternatives to the technology. Several competitors have been stepping up to try and take over the behemoth, but so far, Dropbox is still the leading file sharing service […]

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How to Transfer Files Between Dropbox and SkyDrive

Dropbox is undoubtedly the reigning cloud storage service provider. But SkyDrive has surprisingly managed to improve its services to the extent of taking second place in the fiercely competitive area of cloud services. If you are like me you probably have a cloud storage account in both Dropbox and SkyDrive where you store your music, […]

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  • Updated December 26, 2015
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How to Transfer Files from Dropbox to Google Docs

Dropbox is a cool cloud storage solution that makes file saving, sharing and collaboration as easy as pie. The trouble with Dropbox is that it provides users with only 2GB of free storage. Users who can’t cough up more money for the additional space end up using other free cloud storage solutions such as Google […]

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  • Updated December 26, 2015
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Web Apps: How to Share Dropbox Folders with Others

Dropbox, the popular web app that allows you to store your photos, docs, and videos in the cloud also allows for sharing of files with other users. Microsoft Web Apps and Google Docs also offer cloud storage facilities, but what’s unique about Dropbox is that you can upload files using a desktop app by a […]

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  • Updated December 26, 2015
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