The desktop app gives you one organized place to work with all your Dropbox content, tools, and Spaces.
Dropbox in the Windows system tray and macOS menu bar makes it simple to jump back into work quickly. You can easily prioritize your workday and stay focused on what’s happening.
Your files are easy to find too. You can organize and access them from the Dropbox folder in Windows File Explorer and macOS Finder.
Follow these simple steps to download and install Dropbox on your computer.
Download the desktop app on your computer.
Once installed, you’ll be prompted to sign in with your Dropbox Business account credentials. You should use the same email address and password that you use on dropbox.com (this will be the same for all your devices).
Sign in to your personal account if you plan to connect it to your Dropbox Business account.
The Dropbox desktop app is available for Linux, macOS, and Windows operating systems. Visit this article if you are running Windows 10 in S mode.
You can add nearly any kind of file to your Dropbox account in several ways.
If you add lots of files at once, it may take a while for the initial upload to complete.
Adding an overview to any folder in your Dropbox account turns it into a Dropbox Space. This overview makes it easy to organize your content and stay on top of things like activity, comments, and to-dos.
To add an overview to a folder and create a Space:
When you install the desktop app, a Dropbox folder is created on your hard drive. Any files you move or create here will be uploaded to the Dropbox cloud.
To use Dropbox in Finder or File Explorer as your default setting: