What is Dropbox?
Dropbox is a file hosting service operated by the American company Dropbox, Inc., headquartered in San Francisco, California, US that offers cloud storage, file synchronization, personal cloud, and client software.
How do I send files to Dropbox from Google Drive?
If you find files on the web you’d like to add to your collection, you can use the previously mentioned Download to Dropbox extension to send it directly to Dropbox. For Drive, you can do the same thing with Google’s own Save to Google Drive extension. You can use both for individual files or images of whole web pages.
Who is the founder of Dropbox?
Dropbox founder Drew Houston conceived the Dropbox concept after repeatedly forgetting his USB flash drive while he was a student at MIT. In a 2009 “Meet the Team” post on the Dropbox blog, he wrote that existing services at the time “suffered problems with Internet latency, large files, bugs, or just made me think too much”.
What is Google Drive and how it works?
Google Drive incorporates a system of file sharing in which the creator of a file or folder is, by default, its owner. The owner can regulate the public visibility of the file or folder. Ownership is transferable.