Thursday, September 30, 2010

Free, Easy and Extremely Useful

Dropbox is not exactly new, but I just got around trying it last week.  The idea is simple, you sign up and you get 2 free gigabytes of online storage.  There is a small program that you install on your computer that creates a Dropbox folder in your documents.  Any file that you put in the Dropbox folder is synced with your online storage, which is available by signing into their website from any computer on the internet.

In addition to being available on their website, your files are automatically synced to any of your other computers with the Dropbox program installed. There are also apps available for Android, iPhone and Blackberry to access your files on the go.  You may also share individual folders in your Dropbox with others if you need to give someone access to a file that is too big to email.  2GB is not a huge amount of space, but there are higher capacities of storage available if you are willing to pay.  Signup at the link below and receive an extra 256 MB of free storage for being referred from Baregeek.com.



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