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Updated client software makes Dropbox easier to use

Tom Negrino | April 4, 2013
Dropbox, the file storage and synchronization service, has become an essential part of many people's workflow in the years since the service's 2008 launch. The service frequently updates its feature, but its recent major 2.0 update goes beyond that--changing the desktop interface to make accessing the Web service easier and to make sharing items faster and more obvious.

Bottom line

Dropbox's effortless synchronization and backup make it one of the most convenient services for people who work on multiple machines--and a painless, lightweight backup system for your key documents. The updated client's improved access to your local and Web Dropboxes makes things quicker, and the addition of the Share buttons to the menu items increases the likelihood that you'll use this excellent but somewhat obscure feature.

 

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