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Dropbox offers computer apps for Microsoft Windows, Apple macOS, and Linux computers, and mobile apps for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone smartphones and tablets. In March 2013, the company acquired Mailbox, a popular email app, and in April 2014, the company introduced Dropbox Carousel, a photo and video gallery app. In October 2015, it officially announced Dropbox Paper, its collaborative document editor, in a reported effort to expand its operations towards businesses.
As of March 2016, Dropbox has 500 million users has received praise, including the Crunchie Award in 2010 for Best Internet Application, and Macworld`s 2009 Editor’s Choice Award for Software. It has been ranked as one of the most valuable startups in the US and the world, with a valuation of over US$10 billion, and it has been described as one of Y Combinator’s most successful investments to date.
In the ‘Preferences’ menu, you can disable desktop notifications and the LAN sync, unlink the computer to the current account to add a different one, set the download and upload rate, configure proxy settings, input the Dropbox location, change the interface language, and more. The program uses a moderate amount of system resources and includes a very comprehensive documentation, oriented towards helping users get around.
Dropbox says that the only option that Windows XP customers have is to upgrade to a newer version of Windows, such as Vista, 7, 8, or 10. Their files won’t be impacted and will remain secured in the cloud and can be accessed once again after they install a new Windows version. An alternative option for those who want to stick with Windows XP is to access their accounts via dropbox.com in a browser or from a mobile device.
“We regularly release new versions of the Dropbox app with additional features, better performance, and enhanced security, and these versions are not always compatible with older operating systems. Microsoft stopped supporting Windows XP in April 2014. We are ending our support of the Dropbox app for Windows XP to keep our product offerings in-line,” Dropbox states.
At this point, Windows XP is still running on some 10 percent of computers around the world, but its share is dropping continuously, especially as more companies remove support in their apps for this old OS version. Dropbox is an online sharing tool that allows you to select, share and synchronize files with other users. You can sync any size or type of file and the software comes with 2GB of online storage for free. The latest version, Dropbox sees added translations but the company has not stated which languages. The update also fixes an assortment of bug issues as well as making some minor changes.
Dropbox works just like any other folder on your computer, but with a few differences. Any files or folders inside Dropbox will get synchronized to Dropbox’s servers and any other computer linked to your account. Green checkmarks will appear on top of your files to let you know that they’re synced and up to date. All data is transferred over SSL and encrypted with AES-256 before storage. Dropbox keeps track of every change made to any of its contents.
- Take your docs anywhere: Save files on your computer, then access them on your phone from the road. Everything you keep in Dropbox is synced automatically to all your devices.
- Send videos quickly: Send your entire wedding video to the family with a simple link. It’s easy to share large files with anyone — even if they don’t have a Dropbox account.
- Keep your photos safe: Back up vacation photos automatically from your phone or computer. That way, memories are safe as soon as you make them, and you can relive them from any device. Download Dropbox Offline Installer Setup.
- Work on slides together: Edit a presentation with teammates without emailing files back and forth. When you edit a file in a shared folder, everyone gets the update automatically.
- Never lose a file again: Left your phone on the train? Your photos, docs, and videos are safe. Just sign in to Dropbox from any device, and your files will be there waiting for you.
- Note: You can store up to 2GB of data using a free account.