Dropbox Free Online Backup Solution for Mac and Windows

This video will show you how you can use a free application called Dropbox to backup and synchronize your files on any Mac or Windows machine.

To sign up for a free Dropbox account visit:

If you have have used Dropbox, let me know what you think of it in the comments or alternatively send me a Video Reply.
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  1. GoatBarn says:

    Many thanks for this post as it provided a good insight into the workings
    of this service. Nice vid. m-

  2. stevesmacfix says:

    i will be doing this. I will use your link. Ive been meaning to try this
    and never got around to it. This video reminded me! GREAT REVIEW, VERY

  3. calgaryleb1 says:

    @hikahi @tomeglenn SugarSync (5GB startup, + 500MB w/ initial referral, max
    your free account upto 105GB), a Dropbox alternative, *remove space*…
    goo. gl/EOc15

  4. Tom Glenn says:

    Hi Drea. Wow, that is fantastic, I didn’t realise both members enjoyed the
    extra 250MB of space! Also, thanks for clarifying that the Dropbox folder
    is actually a real folder! Thanks for the extra information and
    clarification, apologies that I missed some of it out. It’s hard to
    remember to fit everything in with a 10 minute time limit on videos hehe!
    Also, thanks for the great service. Dropbox is a life saver!

  5. Tom Glenn says:

    Thanks man! Hopefully I’ll be getting up more vids. Planning on doing some
    PS3 reviews etc too, so watch this space 🙂

  6. za3eem3 says:

    thx 😀

  7. hikahi says:

    You’re welcome! 😀 No worries on the missed info, I just wanted to make
    sure you knew about it, because it’s one of our more powerful tricks 😉

  8. hikahi says:

    Tom, Great video! i just wanted to add a couple things; -Using the referral
    link means that you AND the person you refer both get the bonus 250MB of
    space. -The Dropbox folder on your mac is actually a real folder, and all
    the files in it are actually on your computer. -You didn’t mention restores
    – Dropbox can restore deleted files or previous file revisions via the
    website. Files are kept for 30 days for free accounts, or forever for
    people with pack-rat. Thanks again! -Drea @ dropbox 🙂

  9. davie890 says:

    where did u get ur desktop background and do u know what that art is called

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