Dropbox for Windows 10, using Windows Hello, Live Tiles and Notifications, begins rolling out

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The Dropbox app for Windows 10, a free download for Windows 10 customers, begins rolling out this week in the Windows Store.

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“With this new app built on the Universal Windows Platform, users will be able to take advantage of the convenience of Dropbox with great Windows 10 features such as Windows Hello, Live Tiles and Notifications,” writes Steve Guggenheimer, corporate vice president of Developer Platform & Evangelism, and Microsoft Chief Evangelist.

Guggenheimer says Microsoft’s partnership with Dropbox “has helped more than 17 million people get more work done on the go. With Windows 10 running on over 200 million devices worldwide, we’re excited to continue to offer our fans easy and convenient access to photos, documents, and files anytime, anywhere.”

To learn more, visit the Windows Experience Blog.

Suzanne Choney

Microsoft News Center Staff