Dropbox App For Windows 10: Integrates Windows Hello For Facial Recognition
Windows 10! This latest operating system from Microsoft is in the news ever since it was launched for all the right reasons. The best part is that Microsoft is continuously making improvements to this OS, and not just on one platform but on all the Windows 10 platforms – mobile phones, tablets as well as PCs. This time, it is Dropbox app for Windows 10.Advertisement
With the Dropbox app for Windows 10, you will be getting Windows Hello so that you can log in with your face. Yes, with the introduction on Windows Hello, users will be able to log into or unlock Dropbox app for Windows 10 with facial recognition, fingerprint or iris. Apart from Windows Hello, Dropbox app for Windows 10 is introducing new features. Here’s the list:
- Quick Search: With updated DropBox app for Windows 10, you can look for items by just typing in. There is no need to go looking for the search icon.
- Interactive Notifications: You can now accept invites without having to launch the app
- Drag and Drop: You can now move files from folders to the app or between two folders within the app by just dragging and dropping the files.
- Access/View recent files: To access or view the recently uploaded file on your Dropbox app for Windows 10, right-click on the app icon on your taskbar and view your files. You will also be able to comment on the files and add other members to it by using @mentions tag.
Dropbox app for Windows 10: Here’s what Steve Guggenheimer has to say
Steve Guggenheimer, Corporate Vice President of Developer Platform & Evangelism and Chief Evangelist, Microsoft regarding the partnership said, “Microsoft is excited to partner with Dropbox to bring more cloud storage and productivity services to Windows 10 across PC and tablets. With the arrival of Dropbox, Windows 10 fans have easy and convenient access to photos, documents, and files anytime, anywhere.”
The Dropbox app is also coming to Windows 10 mobile, but the launch date has not been announced yet. The status is still “Coming Soon.”
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