Backup With Dropbox PC Guru Cloud File Backup & Storage
We highly recommend using Dropbox which is a free service that lets you bring all your data such as documents, images and HD videos anywhere. Once you install your Dropbox software on your computer, you can then save the files to your Dropbox which will automatically save all your data online in the cloud server. With the Dropbox app, you can take your data with you wherever you go.
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Dropbox is intended to be a background application. It creates a folder on your computer that backs up and syncs your files across all of your devices, as well as storing them in the cloud, so you can access them from any computer, anywhere in the world.
When you download a file to Dropbox, it is automatically synced to Dropbox protected online servers. Dropbox encrypts all files saved online and stores them on secure servers. Storage servers are based in data centres all over the country. In addition, eligible Dropbox Business users can access storage servers in Australia, Germany, Japan, and the United Kingdom.
Dropbox keeps track of your Dropbox folder on your computer as well as your Dropbox smartphone apps. Dropbox will automatically sync any updates, whether it’s a new file or folder or an edit to an existing file or folder. There is no need for manual uploading or downloading.
Dropbox stores deleted and previous versions of files for a certain amount of time so that you can restore them if necessary. The deleted files are marked for permanent deletion in our system and erased from our storage servers after this time period. They can’t be revived or restored after they’ve been permanently removed.
Dropbox will delete the files you store on our Services after 30 days if you delete your Dropbox Basic, Plus, Family, or Professional account. When you mark files for permanent deletion, you will automatically get them removed from Dropbox servers.
Only your Dropbox Business Team admin will disable your account and remove your files if you’re a member of one.
256-bit AES encryption security
Any device accessibility
Automatic organization and back-up
Large file sharing
Manually set bandwidths
Online back-up and file recovery
Preview and download
Simple link-sharing via email, chat or text message
Backup mobile smartphone
Remember you can also back up your mobile phone data with Dropbox so if you lose it it’s safe online for you to recover.