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How to Allow Friends to Upload Files into Your Dropbox

Dropbox is a personal Cloud storage service. If you want your friends to upload files into your Dropbox, you can use “EntourageBox”, a tool that allows cloud storage owners to invite friends to upload files. Users can generate an invitation URL and share it with their friends.

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Dropbox vs. SkyDrive

In this tutorial we will draw a comparison between Dropbox and Skydrive. We will compare the two price wise, compare the pros & cons each has to offer in this tutorial.

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Sugarsync vs. Dropbox

In this tutorial, we will draw a comparison between Sugarsync and Dropbox. A detailed comparison between the two has been done keeping in mind the pricing, features each has to offer, the pros and cons. We have analyzed which is the better amongst the two when it comes to syncing files across all devices.

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How to Change Dropbox User on Computer

In this video tutorial we will show you how to change dropbox user on computer.
To change dropbox user account on your computer, right-click on the “Dropbox” icon and choose “Preferences”.


In the “Account” tab choose “Unlink This computer”. Confirm the changes by pressing “Ok”.

Choose “I already have a Dropbox account”.

I already have a Dropbox account

Log in to “Dropbox” with another user email and password. Choose your Dropbox capacity. Choose “Typical” as the setup type and press the “Install” button. After that, choose “Merge” if you want to combine your previous and new “Dropbox” folders.


If you know how to use Dropbox, choose “Skip tour”. Now press “Finish”.


How to Sync Dropbox and 1password

In this video tutorial we will show you how to sync Dropbox and “1password”.

Launch the “1password” program.

launch “1password”

In the 1password startup window, press the “Create new 1Password Data” button.

Then choose the “Dropbox” folder on your computer and press “Save”.

press “Save”

In the pop-up window, enter the new master password, re-enter it and press “Ok”. In the next window, type the master password and press the “Unlock” button to open your data.

press “Unlock”

Then go to the “Dropbox” folder and check if the “1Password” folder is synced with “Dropbox”.