Synchronize any Windows folder on your PC with Dropbox, thanks to Dropbox Folder Sync
Mark O'Neill |
April 1, 2013
Dropbox is a useful service that proves its worth time and time again. But to sync your data to other computers and mobile devices, you need to get that data into the default Dropbox folder in the first place, and sometimes that can prove problematic. Some data--such as browser profiles (Firefox), games points and profiles, Outlook data files, and password manager files (such as KeePass)-- can't be moved. For this, you will need Dropbox Folder Sync.
If you are a Dropbox user and you want to start syncing data that you normally wouldn't be able to move into Dropbox, then give Dropbox Folder Sync a try.
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