How to Install Dropbox

Ever had the experience when you need some files that are stored in your computer, yet you cannot access it because your computer is at home and you are some place else?

Well, I experienced it a couple of weeks ago.   My husband and I were in a mall to buy some groceries and to eat dinner.  We saw an announcement on the Kodak store regarding a photo contest.   But the deadline of submission is already…  that day!  My husband looked into his laptop to check if he has some photos that he can submit.  He found one.  But I was like, “ahhhh… I have a lot of photos in our computer at home on the subject of the photo contest that are good enough for submission.”   All I can do was sigh.  I wanted so much to enter the contest but I couldn’t because I don’t have the photos with me.  Shheeesss.

And then I learned of Dropbox.  But it was too late for the photo contest.  Nevertheless, I studied how it works.  And will definitely use it for future needs.

Dropbox is a web-based file hosting service that lets you store your files in a special folder in your computer and you can share it with your friends, families or colleagues so that they can view it in their own computer.   When accessing your file remotely, all you have to do is sign in to your Dropbox account in the internet.

I have created a tutorial guide on how to install Dropbox in your computer and how to share your files to your friends, families and colleagues.


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So, install Dropbox now and start using it for your convenience.  🙂


Posted on February 25, 2012, in how-to guides/manuals and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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