Its free it’s easy and it works, instead of mailing files to your mail account so that you can view them on another computer try with Dropbox. The free file synchronizer that works like all other file synchronizers but Dropbox provides more efficient services. It’s very easy to use Dropbox; you simply install its application to any computer you wish to synchronize and it will create a folder to monitor all the local drive. You are also provided with the provision to specify the folder location and name. The application stays in the background and monitors the contents of this folder.
Whenever you create a file in the new folder or you make any updates in the folder it also updates the folders in the other computer in its online respiratory. All the files are synchronized in the background so you will work normally without any interference. Once you register for free you are given a quota of 2GB, you can also get more from premium account or by inviting other people to join. Luckily you won’t need the more space from the premium account; 2GB is quite a lot for you unless you will be storing all your confidential files and mp3 files.
My first time to use Dropbox I tried to synchronize my log designs, it was very easy for me since I could access my files anywhere at any time. What I like about Dropbox unlike other file synchronizing software is that it works flawlessly on the background without hogging your computer performance at times you might even be tempted to check whether it is still synchronizing. From you online Dropbox account you can actually check your synchronized files, folders quota and other recent events. Although it works like any other synchronizers its advantage is that you can it works flawless on your computer and any other added feature is just bonus to me.
If you are looking for a better way store your documents or assignments I recommend Dropbox its easier and better since you don’t need to learn how to use it you don’t even need to know what it is doing at the background. Just install the application and create the storage folder all the other tasks will be handled by the application itself. So far Dropbox is the only free software I am satisfied with and the easiest solution in synchronizing files and folders between computers at minimum cost.