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[Freeware] Dropbox Experimental Edition v1.5.46

Posted In Internet - By Techtiplib on Thursday, November 8th, 2012 With No Comments »

Dropbox is an online sharing tool that enables you to select the files you want to share and synchronise with other users, then simply upload them to the remote site. That bit is done automatically, so you don’t need to worry about having to upload the files manually. You can share folders and collaborate with other users on the files within these folders. Versioning will stop work being overwritten. (Get Dropbox for Windows 1.4.20)

You can use Dropbox on a personal level, too. If you own a desktop computer at home, use another at work and a laptop when you’re away from the office, simply use Dropbox to synchronise your important files across each machine. You can also access your Dropbox files from the web, if you need access from a temporary host PC.

It’s not quite as effective as, say, SugarSync (get Free SugarSync apps for Android), which will attempt to synchronise documents from your Windows ‘My Documents’ folder to the relevant Documents folder on your Mac and vice-versa.

Linux. (See Tips to get more space for your Dropbox up to over 16Gb, or Earn free 3Gb online storage from Dropbox)

Note: This is the Experimental Edition which Dropbox release to forum members for testing. Other downloads sites make this available as the “release” edition. It isn’t. Test with caution. This Experimental Edition ships with new features such as security enhancements (an attacker will not be able to steal your computer’s account credentials just by copying configuration files to another machine) and a new encrypted database format to prevent unauthorized access to local Dropbox client database. (Downloadcrew)

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Download the Dropbox Experimental Edition v1.5.46

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