Dropbox for Windows 10 Download
Dropbox, is a name you are likely well aware of, for it is the most popular cloud storage service available today.
Just like most of its rivals, Dropbox is available across many platforms, in native mobile apps and desktop apps.
You may have used the Dropbox app on your Windows PC. But have you tried the Dropbox for Windows 10 app? Yes there is one available at the Redmond Company’s app store.
The Dropbox for Windows 10 app is actually quite well designed, and has a pleasing UI. The interface is of course based on the guidelines for the Univeral Windows Program.
The app is divided into four [...]
Microsoft’s OneDrive is one of the most popular cloud storage services today.
It provides 5GB of free storage for free users, and can be used across almost any device, thanks to the official apps the Redmond company has released for Android, iOS, Windows Phone and Windows PCs.
An additional advantage is that OneDrive is also available on the web, like most rival services (Dropbox, Google Drive, Mega, etc). But OneDrive does have one more feather in its cap that outdoes its rivals, a desktop app which comes pre-installed on Windows 8.1 and Windows 10. It is built-in to the operating system, and integrates deeply with File Explorer.
You can find it [...]
Google has been tweaking its cloud storage service, Drive, quite a bit over the past few months.
Recent additions to Drive on the Web include, opening files directly from the web viewer, sorting options based on timeline (Recents view), search by file type and other advanced searching options.
The Mountain View company even added support for letting users drag and drop files directly into folders to upload them (sub-folders on the Drive).
And now, Google has added a few new options, to help users organize their files on Drive on the web, much more easily.
Add to My Drive:
The first of the two options, is intended for users with Shared folders, [...]
Windows 10 might have given Microsoft a good name this year, aggressive upgrade notifications aside.
But if there was one big mistake you can pin on the Redmond company, it is probably the OneDrive fiasco.
Here is a recap of what happened earlier. Back in November, Microsoft made a controversial announcement that it would stop offering the 15GB of storage, which it has been giving to the free users of OneDrive in the past.This was because some Office 365 Users, were using several Terabytes of server space for uploading personal files like, music and movies.
And instead of punishing its paid users for misusing the service, it was the free OneDrive users [...]