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If you’re reading this blog, then I already know you’re a smart PC user. Most PC users don’t bother looking up PC tips online, or learning how to speed up and optimize their computers. But you do. Unfortunately, even smart PC users like you are falling for this latest phishing attack. This sophisticated attack uses Dropbox and a legitimate-looking domain to trick internet users into diRead More
Dropbox was the first great cloud storage service. Today, competitors like Google Drive and OneDrive are trying to win over Dropbox users every day. Dropbox, however, keeps winning them back with easy service, excellent mobile apps, and the best free plans you can get today. Dropbox is the only cloud storage service I’ve ever used. I currently have 53.2GB of cloud storage space on DropboxRead More
Most people don’t like group work. But group work can be even tougher when you have to communicate with people hundreds of miles apart from one another. That’s why the internet is such a useful thing. The internet is home to all sorts of different tools designed to make remote group easier. Here are just a few of the tools you can use today: Dropbox If you’re not using a cloud storage tRead More
Dropbox seems to be the world’s most popular cloud storage service. But there are plenty of cool things you can do with Dropbox that many users were completely unaware of. Today, we’re going to show you how to get the most out of your Dropbox account: 4) Make Dropbox your default My Documents folder If you use multiple computers, then you know how painful it is when you have a file onRead More
Have you ever thought to yourself, “I need 500GB of online storage space”? If so, then an announcement made by Dropbox today will make you happy. The online cloud storage website released a 500GB storage plan that costs approximately $49.99 per month. The 500GB storage plan eclipses previous plans which ran at 100GB and 50GB. The 100GB plan cost $19.99 per month and the 50GB plan cost $9.99Read More
Cloud computing has taken the industry by storm over the last few years, and more and more people are realizing the advantages of having access to all of their files anywhere they go. To capitalize on these trends, Google is releasing a new service called Google Drive, which plans to offer users 5GB of free storage space online. If you use Dropbox, then you know what to expect from Google DriveRead More