Microsoft and Dropbox got into partnership back in 2014 allowing Office users to save or access files in Dropbox directly from MS Office. Today, Dropbox has finally rolled out standalone application for Windows PCs and well as Windows 10 running tablets.
Dropbox has provided many important and Windows 10 specific features in this Universal Windows Platform app. It supports Live Tiles, Windows Hello, Notifications as well as Drag and Drop features. Copying, Transferring or managing files from your Windows explorer to Dropbox requires just a simple Drag and Drop. You can also Quick Search, Fingerprint or Iris support to unlock, add comments with @mentions and lots more.
So, if you are one of the 17 million Dropbox users, it is made more comfortable now. Get it right now on your PCs or Windows tablets and make the most out of it.