Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Dropbox; Free Online Storage

This is a great and free way to back up your files online. It's simple: just download the dropbox application, then it makes a folder on your computer, and you can drag and drop files into it; from there, it syncs with your online account and you can access it from any computer with internet access. They also have a nice iPhone/iPod Touch application that I find quite useful.







I really like their free service; you get 2GB for free, but there's options for more storage for a fee (50GB for $9.99 a month/$99.00 a year or 100GB for $19.99 a month/$199.00 a year).

Here's the link in case anyone's interested :3 http://db.tt/M0egFiV

35 comments:

  1. Does this open up my data up for scrutiny?

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  2. I really like dropbox. I use it all the time for college. Also, the iPhone/iTouch app Filer supports Dropbox, and supports many file types (video, pdf, etc.).
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  3. hmm tempted to try/10

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  4. I'm pretty sure not, Chris. it's as private as your hard drive!

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  5. This is literally one of my favorite programs. Being able to work on a novel wherever I go is a huge plus. What's more, if I want to save something off of a computer that's not mine, I can log into my dropbox from the web and upload it there. Very, very handy.

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  6. I like my external hard drive better!

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  7. Sweet I'm gonna try this out. Following.

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  8. nice info, thanks

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  9. Nice! No longer tied down to flash drives. followed for future infos

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  10. will keep in mind

    supporting blog.

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  11. Yeaa I love this program, drop those files!

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  12. Hey this really looks good :) Thanks for sharing!

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  13. those prices are rather high. Megaupload give you 200gb for a free account.

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  14. Very good program, couldn't live without it.

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  15. External hard-drive every day of the year baby! Woo!

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  16. I prefer my home server :)


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    I follow back!

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  17. I suppose this be useful, i will give it a look

    Great blog though so you have my follow

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  18. I;m fine with my external hard drive.

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  19. Ah this is well usefull! cheers bro

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  20. Nice find but I dunno if I'd pay for it as I don't really need to be able to access my files from anywhere. USBs and external HDDs usually suffice.

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  21. Useful but got to agree with Fruffles and the others - external HD is the way

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  22. Where was this like 5 years back when I had to move like 5 gigs of stuff from one computer to the other only using jump drives?

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  23. Is this anything like mediafire?

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  24. Dude, 2 gigs for free? That's not bad at all... Since I'm too cheap to buy an external and would porbably just lose it somewhere :/

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  25. I don't do anything important enough to warrant backing it up

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  26. @Danielle, not sure... *googles mediafire*... it looks like that, only with this you actually have a folder on your computer for it

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  27. *strokes beard* interesting. Also, this has an iPod app, which instantly raises it's awesome.

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