Dropbox: Store, Sync and Share

Posted: November 6, 2008 in Tools
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I have been using Dropbox for last couple of months to take the
back of my data.

One thing I will say about this nice tool is that it’s easy, fast and cool.

If you think you don’t have a subversion or fsync utilities to take a back
up of your personal data then Dropbox is the amazing solution to this.

It provides free back up of 2GB data. And you can upgrade to store more.

Steps:

1. Create an account in Dropbox.

2. Install the Dropbox desktop application.

3. The above will ask you to specify a folder name. Hence, create an
empty folder and give the path of that.

4. That’s it. 🙂 Now you can store anything in that folder and it will be
synced with the server.

Note: If tomorrow your system will crash and you will loose all
your important data. Then you can get the data from the server.

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