First it was Techcrunch who suggested the free online storage from DropBox. I suggested the storage to some college bound youngsters, who wanted to have backup place for their college work etc. But I did not set one up for myself.
Today I saw Tom Keating also suggesting the Dropbox via Twitter, so I thought of giving it a go. and I registered for an account. Now I have up to 2GB free online storage for anything I want to store, music, backups, files in transit etc.
If you are running Windows, it integrates with Windows Explorer (Mac, and Linux as well) . Any files you put into Dropbox will be available, instantly on all computers that have Dropbox installed. on the go, you can access your files from Dropbox website, from your mobile device or another computer.
The Dropbox Desktop Application is software that watches a folder on yourGo get your DropBox.
desktop computer and syncs any changes to the web and to your other
The Dropbox Website allows you to access your files on any computer from
a web browser. You can also use the Dropbox website to share your files or
folders with others.
The Dropbox mobile website and Dropbox for mobile devices allow you
to connect to your Dropbox from your pocket, so you can take your files
with you wherever you go.