Dropbox is a smart workspace that transforms the way people work. Easily bring together your team’s content, and tools, helping you be organized, stay focused and get in sync with your teams. Dropbox Basic makes it easy to securely send large files to anyone and collaborate easily on the files you share. Shared links: Easily create a link for any file in your Dropbox that you can paste into an email, chat or text. Recipients won’t need a Dropbox account – they can click the link to view and download the file. Downloading Dropbox. Your Dropbox download should automatically start within seconds. Once the download finishes, click Run to start installing Dropbox.
You can use Dropbox almost entirely through the website; indeed, there are some things that you can only do with Dropbox there. But for the most part, having to go to the Dropbox website and log in every time you want to move your files and folders around is a total hassle. Fortunately, you can install a small access program on your Windows computer that lets you move your files and folders in Dropbox around however you want, and you don’t even have to open your web browser!
To download Dropbox on PC
Dropbox will automatically prompt you to download its access program after you create an account, but in case you need to re-install it — or install it on a different computer so that you can get at your files easily there — here’s how to download it.
Go to www.dropbox.com in your web browser.
In the top-right corner, click Download.
The download prompt should appear automatically. If it doesn’t, click Restart the Download.
When the download prompt appears, click Save File. An explorer window will pop up that will allow you to choose a location to save the Dropbox installer in. Navigate to the file folder where you want to save the installer, and click Save.
That’s all there is to downloading the Dropbox access program! Now, it’s time to install it! Mac desktop screen cleanercleverprestige.
How to install Dropbox
Find the file folder where you saved the Dropbox installer, and double-click the install file with the left mouse button to open it. (You may have to confirm that you want to run the program.)
Once Dropbox downloads and installs, you will have to sign in again. Click in the text boxes highlighted here and type in your email address and password, and then click Sign In.
Dropbox should tell you that it has installed successfully. Click Open My Dropbox Folder to have Dropbox create a special folder inside your profile folder on your hard drive, where you can put all of your files and folders that you want to upload to Dropbox. You’ll be taken there automatically.
Congratulations! You’re all set to use Dropbox on your Windows computer!