Dropbox 34.4.22 for Windows

by Obi

Avg. Rating 3.9 (917 votes)

File Details

File Size 76.6 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 86,996
Publisher Obi
Homepage Dropbox

Publisher's Description

Dropbox is the easiest way to store, sync, and, share files online. There's no complicated interface to learn. Dropbox works seamlessly with your operating system and automatically makes sure your files are up-to-date. Available for Windows, Mac, and Linux.

Latest Reviews

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v3.20.1 Final on May 11, 2016

anyone using this should look at BitTorrent Sync because BitTorrent Sync is free and 10,000 times faster and no size limit and perfect !! Dropbox is a total fail compared to BitTorrent Sync.

rubeo

rubeo reviewed v3.19.31 Beta on Apr 22, 2016

Great for storing in the cloud so when your house gets robbed you can still have all your data. Funny thing is that the beta version states 3.19.31 while my version already is at 3.19.32

andy1802

andy1802 reviewed v3.12.4 Experimental on Feb 19, 2016

I use some new site for file transfer - transfer.co. It is very helpful platform, because you can transfer files up to 5GB absolutely free. The files delete after 7 days, and your information is protected when you choose “protect file” button.
Transfer.co is a simple way to transfer large files anytime and anywhere which guarantees the security of its customers. You can use transfer.co in your job, for personal goals or just to have fun with friends or family.

FatBastard

FatBastard reviewed v3.8.4 on Jul 24, 2015

Dropbox has become very bloated lately :(

some guy

some guy reviewed v3.7.40 Experimental on Jun 28, 2015

chillyb
do you know what a Beta is?

chillyb

chillyb reviewed v3.7.40 Experimental on Jun 28, 2015

Ok, call me paranoid, but why does the publisher say Obi?? And I just checked my current version of DB and it didn't find any updates. So, unless I see this experimental version of dropbox.com, I'm not going to be a guinea pig. Although I do use DB, Drive and OneDrive. My DB space is about to expire, so I'll probably transfer everything to OD since I have over 200GB of space with them.
(oh and for anyone who uses multiple cloud storage services, you should check into MultiCloud. I just installed and set it up and finally have a all in one storage UI.

Music4Ever

Music4Ever reviewed v3.6.3 Experimental on May 28, 2015

Yet another program filled with such self importance that it now adds a start up entry & Windows service to auto update the program - You can't disable this in the program & removing it elsewhere is pointless as each time the program is run it's recreated - Gone elsewhere.

Jim

Jim reviewed v3.5.62 Experimental on May 1, 2015

Slow box? The one and virtually *only* thing dropbox has going for it is that it's **faster** than all the other cloud storage services - by _far_.

Granted recently they've added some features to the web interface to make it simpler and to compete with google Docs/Drive, and they've started massing a collection of sites that integrate with it - but as far as the API integration it's no more widespread than google drive and their other top competitors.

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v3.2.2 RC on Feb 4, 2015

should be called Slow Box

some guy

some guy reviewed v3.1.272 Experimental on Jan 26, 2015

tried it on a tablet and cell-phone and home desktop and I will say it work flawless.on all 3 devices, easy to use. The severs handled my 235 meg upload very well , better speed transfer rate then I get off
"google drive" but that's another story....

Avg. Rating 3.9 (917 votes)
Your Rating
CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v3.20.1 Final on May 11, 2016

anyone using this should look at BitTorrent Sync because BitTorrent Sync is free and 10,000 times faster and no size limit and perfect !! Dropbox is a total fail compared to BitTorrent Sync.

rubeo

rubeo reviewed v3.19.31 Beta on Apr 22, 2016

Great for storing in the cloud so when your house gets robbed you can still have all your data. Funny thing is that the beta version states 3.19.31 while my version already is at 3.19.32

andy1802

andy1802 reviewed v3.12.4 Experimental on Feb 19, 2016

I use some new site for file transfer - transfer.co. It is very helpful platform, because you can transfer files up to 5GB absolutely free. The files delete after 7 days, and your information is protected when you choose “protect file” button.
Transfer.co is a simple way to transfer large files anytime and anywhere which guarantees the security of its customers. You can use transfer.co in your job, for personal goals or just to have fun with friends or family.

FatBastard

FatBastard reviewed v3.8.4 on Jul 24, 2015

Dropbox has become very bloated lately :(

some guy

some guy reviewed v3.7.40 Experimental on Jun 28, 2015

chillyb
do you know what a Beta is?

chillyb

chillyb reviewed v3.7.40 Experimental on Jun 28, 2015

Ok, call me paranoid, but why does the publisher say Obi?? And I just checked my current version of DB and it didn't find any updates. So, unless I see this experimental version of dropbox.com, I'm not going to be a guinea pig. Although I do use DB, Drive and OneDrive. My DB space is about to expire, so I'll probably transfer everything to OD since I have over 200GB of space with them.
(oh and for anyone who uses multiple cloud storage services, you should check into MultiCloud. I just installed and set it up and finally have a all in one storage UI.

Music4Ever

Music4Ever reviewed v3.6.3 Experimental on May 28, 2015

Yet another program filled with such self importance that it now adds a start up entry & Windows service to auto update the program - You can't disable this in the program & removing it elsewhere is pointless as each time the program is run it's recreated - Gone elsewhere.

Jim

Jim reviewed v3.5.62 Experimental on May 1, 2015

Slow box? The one and virtually *only* thing dropbox has going for it is that it's **faster** than all the other cloud storage services - by _far_.

Granted recently they've added some features to the web interface to make it simpler and to compete with google Docs/Drive, and they've started massing a collection of sites that integrate with it - but as far as the API integration it's no more widespread than google drive and their other top competitors.

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v3.2.2 RC on Feb 4, 2015

should be called Slow Box

some guy

some guy reviewed v3.1.272 Experimental on Jan 26, 2015

tried it on a tablet and cell-phone and home desktop and I will say it work flawless.on all 3 devices, easy to use. The severs handled my 235 meg upload very well , better speed transfer rate then I get off
"google drive" but that's another story....

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v3.1.272 Experimental on Jan 16, 2015

very slow!!!!
really gone downhill
try Syncplicity it is way better

some guy

some guy reviewed v2.11.29 Experimental on Oct 27, 2014

to many alternatives that do a better job

nilst2006

nilst2006 reviewed v2.11.9 Experimental on Aug 23, 2014

NSA spyware !

patto3122

patto3122 reviewed v2.10.27 Final on Aug 1, 2014

First some negative comments about Dropbox. I don't think the 2GB of free space they give you when you sign up is very generous. I feel they should at least start with 5GB for free and give you 1GB for each referral instead of 500MB per referral. If most people you know are already using Dropbox the number of people you can invite to join is quite limited.

On the positive side I happen to use a Windows screen reader (for those who aren't sure what a screen reader is look up "screen reader" in Wikipedia). Therefore it is important that software can be used easily with the keyboard. Dropbox has very good keyboard support for the program interface and the Dropbox release notes show some commitment to make sure the program is accessible. In contrast some other cloud storage programs I've tried such as www.copy.com while offering very generous amounts of free space have a very mouse-driven interface making them difficult to use with a screen reader. So I think I'll mainly use Dropbox for now.

bopb99

bopb99 reviewed v2.10.1 on Jul 15, 2014

Dropbox isn't bad.
If you want encryption there are apps for encrypting your files client side to prevent snooping by the government or other entities.
(Big Business trying to nickel and dime you at every opportunity they get.)

If you want a tool for self hosting files on your own servers, nas check out sparkleshare on http://sparkleshare.org/.

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