Your Ad Here

Friday, September 25, 2009

Online file storage with Dropbox

        For those of you who used to work in a mobile, sometimes it takes a file service hosting which can be accessed anywhere. It's just that most of the current file hosting service just put via ftp or transfer system provided by isp side only, then, is there a service for linux users to save files as well can be used to synchronize files?

        Of course there is. For such services for linux users can using Dropbox.Dropbox are applications that can be used to store, synchronize, and share files to other users in online. simply install Dropbox on your PC or netbook, create an account Dropbox, and the files contained in the Dropbox folder will have computer immediately synchronized to the Dropbox server.

        For his version of the Free Dropbox provides storage capacity of 2 GB. If it is less you can increase your storage capacity to 50 GB to pay $ 99 per year.

        The first time you run Dropbox, you will be asked to include an email address and password that will be used to log in or synchronization to Dropbox account.From the web pages Dropbox account, you can see the file arrives been synchronized from the local Dropbox folder you.

Creator          : Dropbox Team
Website         :
Dependency   : libnautilus-extension1> -2.24, nautilus-sendto> = 1.1.0


2 komentar:

Rod on March 29, 2010 at 9:06 PM said...

In case someone needs an invite or referral for Dropbox I still have 11 left.

Use this link to get you started:

The invite or referral link above is simply used to increase our storage limits, and YOU will ALSO get the extra storage space upon sign-up.

Have fun with Dropbox !

Blogger on December 1, 2017 at 2:05 PM said...

BlueHost is one of the best hosting company with plans for all of your hosting needs.

Post a Comment


My Room Temperature

My Pressure

My Humidity