Dropbox file preview now supports several new formats, the cloud storage service giant announced today. Until now, the only way to know what was in an archive was to download and open the file.
That changes today with support for ZIP and RAR in the server side updates for the service. You can simply double click on an archive in the web and see what is in the archive without downloading it to your desktop. This will save you time and possibly data if you are in a hurry, and have a limited bandwidth plan.
Those aren’t the only formats which have been added to Dropbox file preview. You can now open EPUB files, a popular eBook format, using the Dropbox [...]
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 [...]
Popular cloud storage service, Dropbox, has announced some major news.
The desktop app of the service is finally available in a native 64-bit version for Apple Mac OS X.
64-bit apps are significantly better than 32-bit apps, in that they are more faster and more secure. It is common knowledge that 32-bit architecture has severe hardware limitations, especially when it comes to the supported amount of RAM on machines. 32-bit computers can only use upto 4GB of RAM, which is quite uncommon in today’s systems.
Many popular apps such as Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox have 64-bit versions available to support modern machines.
Linux users already have [...]
Cloud storage service Dropbox, has released a new version of its desktop app for users on the release candidate channel.
The latest version of the app bumps the build number from 3.11.x to 3.12.2, and brings in a few new features.
Back in October, Dropbox enabled the Badge feature for all users. The feature which was originally released for Business users, and later made available to all users, is a great boon for those who work with Microsoft Office documents stored in their account. The Bage works with Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint files, and shows the user if another author is working on the same document, and also if the changes have been saved by [...]