The downside to having multiple computers is synchronization. Dropbox is the perfect solution for these situations.
With Dropbox you can seamlessly synchronize contents between several different computers – even mobile devices. This means that you can use Dropbox not only to sync files in between computers, but also to share photos along with friends or collaborate in a common project with your workmates.
Dropbox is dead easy to use. What you just have to do is install a small customer and from that moment upon, you’ll have a special folder inside the Our Documents folder. Anything you drop right here will be synced in the background through the Dropbox service – and therefore accessible online. Dropbox currently offers two GB of free storage, which should be adequate to share quite a bunch of files.
Worried about privacy? Fear not. Only computers you link to your account will be able to access your files. Also, Dropbox keeps track of changes, so that you can entry previous versions of a file. In a way it works as a backup tool as well, because it keeps copies of your files.
Dropbox has a major drawback though: it’s painfully gradual. Yes, it works in the background plus yes, you don’t have to be checking the posting rate every ten seconds, yet 30 minutes to upload three pictures is simply too much for me.
Dropbox is an easy, useful tool with which you can sync data files online, share them and have all of them always at hand.
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