Dropbox Experimental 2.7.37
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|Posted:||February 15, 2014, 12:05 am|
|Updated:||February 15, 2014, 12:05 am|
Dropbox works just like any other folder on your computer, but with a few differences.
Here's how it works:
Drag and drop to move files around, just like you normally would
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.
Your files are always safe. 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. Any changes are instantly and automatically sent to any other computer linked to your Dropbox. The Dropbox clients for Windows , Mac and Linux all playnice with one another too.
Version 2.7.37 Features
Version 2.7.32 Features
Once installed, any file you drop into your Dropbox folder will synchronize and be available on any other computer you've installed Dropbox on, as well as from the web. Also, any changes you make to files in your Dropbox will sync to your other computers, instantly.
Let's say you accidentally delete that 8 page report that you were supposed to have for a meeting tomorrow. A handy Dropbox feature is the ability to undelete files or pull up any previous versions of it.
You can also share files and folders with whomever you choose, whether it be music with buddies, docs with colleagues or photos with grandma, even if they're not Dropbox users.
We obsess over speed, and it shows. Dropbox is very smart about the way it handles files. For example, if you make a change to a huge file, dropbox will only update the piece of the file that changed.
All files are transported over SSL and encrypted using AES-256 (banks use this too).