Dropbox allows you to sync your files online and across your computers automatically.
- 2GB of online storage for free, with up to 100GB available to paying customers.
- Sync files of any size or type.
- Sync Windows, Mac, and Linux computers.
- Automatically syncs when new files or changes are detected.
Guides & Tips
1. Tips and Tricks with Dropbox at Dropbox Wiki
This portal talks about tips and tricks discovered while using Dropbox. Articles may use technical language. Tips and tricks could vary from interesting workflow combinations involving Dropbox to unique uses for the application.
2. Dropbox Tips for Wizards, Intermediates & Beginners By Mashable
If you’re like us, you’re using Dropbox for all kinds of unusual tasks. But we wanted to go further, so we asked the experts at Dropbox to tell us their most unusual, unexpected and crazy ways to use this versatile software tool.
If you’re not familiar with Dropbox, it’s free desktop synchronization software that lets you store a copy of a file on your computer and then access that same file from anywhere. You can store up to 2GB for free. Go over that amount, and it’ll cost you $10 a month for 50GB and $20 a month for 100GB.
3. The Cleverest Ways to Use Dropbox That You’re Not Using By LifeHacker
Free utility Dropbox is great at syncing files between computers, but it has a lot more potential than just that. Here’s a handful of clever ways you can use Dropbox that you may not have thought of.
If you haven’t read our first article on this subject, be sure to check out how to use Dropbox for more than just file syncing, where we covered using it to sync passwords across PCs, access portable applications from anywhere, or control your computer remotely. Let’s add to those ideas and walk through a number of interesting use cases for Dropbox.