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Dropbox Bug Leaves Accounts Open for Hours

Dropbox Bug Leaves Accounts Open for Hours

Dropbox seems to be in a bad run recently. I wrote about Dropbox security when they rewrote some of the lines in the privacy policy pages. This got some bad publicity and even though I love Dropbox for it’s usefulness started suggesting Dropbox alternatives. Yesterday, Dropbox suffered another serious setback. One of the code updates […]

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Access Dropbox Easily With Google Chrome Extension

If you use Dropbox and Google Chrome, you can now easily access your Dropbox files from the Chrome browser. Dropbox extension for Google Chrome is a free and unofficial extension for accessing your Dropbox files. Once installed, the Dropbox extension adds a small Dropbox icon on your Chrome toolbar. You click on the icon and […]

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Dropbox Gets App Directory & Mobile Updates

Have I said Dropbox is my favorite file sync – file backup service enough times? Well, I will say it again, it really is the best! For those unaware, Dropbox is a seamless file sync utility that can keep folders and files in sync across multiple computers, multiple operating systems and over the Internet. The […]

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Dropbox Goes Public & Linux Client Is Available Now

DropBox is an innovative file synchronization service that seamlessly keeps the assigned folder between computers in sync. You can even get to your files from anywehere via a browser interface. You can read my DropBox Review here. Dropbox was on closed beta so far and they have just launched publicly! You go ahead and sign […]

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Dropbox Updated for Ubuntu 9.10

Dropbox Updated for Ubuntu 9.10

Ubuntu 9.10 dubbed Karmic Koala was recently released. One of the major features was the introduction of a file sync service from Ubuntu with 2GB free space. Dropbox has long offered support for Ubuntu Linux. And they have answered yet again by updating it for Ubuntu 9.10. If you’d like to try Dropbox or even […]

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DropBox Web – Redesigned with Bulk Operations

DropBox Web – Redesigned with Bulk Operations

Dropbox is my favorite file sync software and one of its major advantages over others in the file sync area is their incredible web access to all your stored files and folders. Dropbox Web just got prettier. Not only, did it get a nice UI redesign but they also added some very useful features to […]

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Dropbox Hacks: Find Your Remote Computer’s IP Address

I love Dropbox hacks. Do you frequently connect to your other computers via FTP or SSH? Now, you can easily find your remote computers’ IP addresses thanks to Dropbox. Of course, if you are a Dropbox user, you probably have Dropbox installed on all your computers. In fact, this tip assumes you have. To find […]

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Best Dropbox Hacks and Dropbox Portable

Best Dropbox Hacks and Dropbox Portable

Dropbox has literally changed the way I do things in the Internet. If you haven’t heard of Dropbox, it is an online file synchronization service with the following cool useful features: File Sync between multiple computers Cross platform support – Windows. Linux & Mac No complicated interface – runs in the background and access via […]

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Adding Additional Encryption to Dropbox with TrueCrypt

You probably read or heard about the recent privacy concerns raised with using Dropbox as they just changed their Terms of Service (TOS). However, it turned out that Dropbox merely wanted to be more open about their policies and went into great detail as to what you can expect from them. Basically, it boils down […]

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How to Backup WordPress to Dropbox?

If you haven’t heard of Dropbox I highly recommend checking it out. If you are already a reader of our Dropbox hacks, you are going to love this one too. Dropbox is a file sync service that seamlessly syncs your files across PC, Mac, Linux, and other mobile devices like iPhone, Android phones, iPad, etc […]

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Tip: Save Any File on the Web Directly on Dropbox

I absolutely love Dropbox hacks and here is another trick you may not know. If you are on a public computer and you want to upload a file you found on the Internet straight to your Dropbox account, you can do so. How? Just right clock on the file you want to save in Dropbox […]

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Dropbox Hack: Dropbox Folder Sync

I love Dropbox hacks and promote the Dropbox free account with all my heart to my readers. As a Dropbox user you might know that Dropbox syncs everything under the main ‘My Dropbox’ folder in your computer. If you wanted to sync a folder outside of Dropbox folder, you had to jump through hoops to […]

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Dropbox Delivers Android app, iPad app and Mpbile API

Dropbox is an amazing little file sync/backup solution that just works. I highly recommend it to all my users to give it a try. You get a free 2GB account when you sign up. If you already use Dropbox, you are in for a little treat. Dropbox is now available as an Android app for […]

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How to Add Dropbox to Windows 7 Start Menu?

I love Dropbox hacks and write them as and when I encounter one. I use Windows 7 on my desktop besides using our new 21.5” Apple iMac. And Dropbox is one of the first applications I install on any operating system! How-To-Geek has shared how to add “My Dropbox” or any link for that matter […]

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Dropbox Hacks: Upload Files To Dropbox By Email

Dropbox Hacks: Upload Files To Dropbox By Email

If you read my blog regularly, you probably know that I am in love with Dropbox and recommend it to everyone to try it. Dropbox is a multi-OS, file sync freeware that you can use to sync files between various computers you have. You can also get to your files and folders from anywhere as […]

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