Simplify your life with Dropbox for Microsoft® Windows 7
Have you ever caught yourself in the act of e-mailing yourself files so that you may access them from another device that you use? Picture this scenario: You’ve been preparing a slideshow for a big presentation at home and on D-day, you remember that you forgot to bring the files with you to work. What are your options then? Well of course, you will need to run back home and either carry the presentation file on a removable drive or e-mail it to yourself. Isn’t this back and forth a little frustrating? You now have a solution to this problem and that solution is called Dropbox.
Dropbox is an online file storage and synchronization service that allows you to access all your data, files, music, pictures, and videos at anytime from any device. When you install Dropbox, a folder is placed by the service on your system. Thereafter, anything data that you put inside that folder is accessible across all devices that you own which are running Dropbox. You could save a file on your Windows 7 desktop and access it via your iPhone, or you could
Can you imagine how much mÂ remove a file from the Dropbox folder on your Mac and when you synchronize your Android, the file will automatically be removed from there too. In that sense, Dropbox is a universally compatible yet device independent application. Lastly and most importantly, you can access all the data stored in your Dropbox account via their website too.
Can you imagine how much more hassle free and smooth this service can make your digital life? No more running around trying to find the latest copies of a file, no more delays because you can remember where you placed a particular document. Dropbox is available for Windows 7 right now, head there and make an account now to start enjoying a seamless data experience.