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Dropbox Plus users are given two terabytes of storage space, as well as additional features, including advanced sharing controls, remote wipe, and an optional Extended Version History add-on. Dropbox offers computer apps for Microsoft Windows, Apple macOS, and Linux computers, and mobile apps for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone smartphones. If you need a rollback of Dropbox, check out the app's version history on Uptodown. It includes all the file versions available to download off Uptodown for that app. Download rollbacks of Dropbox for Windows. Any version of Dropbox distributed on Uptodown is completely virus-free and free to download at no cost. 121.4.4267 Apr 29th, 2021.

Return to an older version of a file on dropbox.com

  1. Sign in to dropbox.com.
  2. Click All Files in the left sidebar.
  3. Hover over the name of the file and click '..' (ellipsis).
  4. Click Version history.
  5. Click on a version to preview it.
  6. Click Restore on the version you'd like to restore to.
    • The same file will get replaced by the older version, so its name will stay the same

Your restored file will be immediately available on dropbox.com and will be available on the desktop app the moment it completes syncing.

Return to an older version of a file on the Dropbox desktop app

  1. Open the Dropbox desktop app.
  2. Locate the file you'd like to view previous version of.
  3. Right-click the name of the file.
  4. Click Version history
  5. Click on a version to preview it.
  6. Click Restore on the version you'd like to restore to.
    • The same file will get replaced by the older version, so its name will stay the same

Your restored file will be immediately available on dropbox.com and will be available on the desktop app the moment it completes syncing.

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  • Dropbox is a cloud storage service that lets you save files online and sync them to your devices.
  • You can use Dropbox links to share files and folders with other people without sending large attachments.
  • Dropbox offers a free plan that includes 2 GB of storage. You can pay to increase that to as much as 3 TB with a subscription.
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Dropbox is a file hosting service, often referred to as a 'cloud storage' service. Dropbox is one of the oldest and most popular cloud storage services in use today, though there are many alternatives, including Microsoft OneDrive, Box, Sync, and Google Drive.

How Dropbox works

When you subscribe to Dropbox, you are allotted a certain amount of storage space in an online server known as 'the cloud.' After installing the Dropbox app on your PC, mobile device, or both, any files that you store in your Dropbox locally will be copied to the Dropbox server as well.

© Dave Johnson/Business Insider Dropbox is a cloud storage service that keeps files in sync between an online server and your own devices. Dave Johnson/Business Insider

If you make changes to these files in one place, the updates are automatically mirrored everywhere. By synchronizing your Dropbox files locally and online, you can easily access these files anywhere and share them with others more easily.

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Key features of Dropbox

While Dropbox is mainly online storage that keeps files in sync between your personal devices and the cloud, it offers a broad array of features beyond that basic functionality.

It's accessible via the web or in apps that you can install on Mac, PC, and mobile devices, both iOS, and Android. No matter which version of Dropbox you use, everything is securely encrypted with 256-bit AES.

© Dave Johnson/Business Insider Dropbox remembers and can restore files you've deleted. Dave Johnson/Business Insider

The service also keeps a history of your files with versioning so you can recover them in the event of a malware or ransomware catastrophe, or even just accidental deletion. The free version gives you 30 days of file recovery, while paid tiers go up to 180 days.

One of the key reasons to use Dropbox is how easy the service makes it to share files. You can control permission levels and share files and folders with specific people using a link, or make files public so anyone with the appropriate link can access your data. It's a convenient way to send files without using email attachments.

© Dave Johnson/Business Insider Dropbox includes collaboration tools as well. Dave Johnson/Business Insider

Dark web browsers for windows. Dropbox even includes some collaboration tools such as Dropbox Spaces, which lets teams work together on documents, share notes, and edit in real-time.

How much Dropbox costs

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The basic Dropbox service is free and includes 2 GB of online storage. Dropbox Plus costs $10 per month and increases storage to 2 TB. Dropbox Professional is the highest tier, priced at $20 per month, offering a storage capacity of up to 3 TB along with bonus features, such as fast full-text search and an extended 120-day file history with versioning. There are also business and enterprise versions of Dropbox with separate pricing.

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