Overall Satisfaction with Dropbox
I'm a DJ and a musician and I need good storage capacity for my songs, musical mixes, photographs, videos and other things that help me do my job. There are several software tools that help you with storage, but Dropbox is one of my favorites because it is easy to use and is backed by one of the best companies in the world: Microsoft.
- It has a 2GB free storage version, which helps you save important information
- Very easy to use. You do not need to see videos or tutorials to understand the software
- Everything is saved in the cloud on Microsoft servers
- The free version could increase its storage capacity
- Instead of having individual accounts, it would be good to have shared accounts where there are several people
- As a musician I make mixes of songs and I need to save videos and photographs. Dropbox is a favorite place to store all my information.
- Sometimes I have wanted to store information, but this is very bad and the free storage of 2GB is very [limited].
I have been lucky that I have liked the programs that I have selected to store my music and other files. Dropbox is a comfortable program for me, because I have access to this software through my cell phone anywhere in the world, it's free and very easy. That is why I have always chosen it as an option for me, although I also use other programs.
If you need to store important information for yourself, like songs, photographs, and videos that are not heavy, this program (free version) helps you.
On the other hand, if you are looking for a larger storage system, you should think about the business version, since 2GB would not be enough for those looking for large-scale storage.
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I would change that free storage could have a minimum of 15 GB. Sometimes 2GB is very little. I would also like to have shared accounts with more people where we can all use and interact as a social network. This would give Dropbox a good reputation and i think they would need it.