Dropbox finally arrives on the Microsoft Store | Windows

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It has been a long time coming.

Key Takeaways

  • Dropbox has finally made its debut on the Microsoft Store, making it easier for Windows users to access the cloud storage service.
  • While downloading from the Store offers automatic updates and prevents fake links, existing users may not see much benefit.
  • Before downloading Dropbox from the Microsoft Store, Windows 10 users with the app already installed will need to uninstall it first.

Dropbox has been one of the best cloud storage services on Windows for a while now, but weirdly enough, it hasn’t made a debut on the Microsoft Store. However, the cloud storage service has finally made the jump. Dropbox has announced that you can now download its app on the Store, but you may need to do a little preparation before downloading it.

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