Interested in using the cloud-saving service Dropbox on your windows computer? Get started by following these steps!

(Note: we primarily used Windows 8 when building these steps, so you may experience this process differently if you are using another version of Windows)

Step 1: Signing Up for Dropbox on Windows

1) Go to www.dropbox.com

2) Enter your first name on the right side of the webpage.

3) Enter your last name

4) Enter your email address

5) Create and enter a password.

6) Check box that says “I agree to Dropbox Terms”.

7) Click “Sign up.”
These were well written instructions. The use of bold and italics really helped with figuring out what was important. Also, letting the reader know that your instructions will not cover certain options is important, nice detail with that. Nice use of the images and the amount of text was not overwhelming.
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<p>Dropbox is an easy way to share file with friends. you can add anyone by their email. here is the link to sign up for dropbox: https://db.tt/Dl5OQjVq</p>
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<p>What is dropbox? how to install ? follow this</p><p>http://itrepairguide.com/dropbox-uses/</p>
I appreciated that you included the piece about knowing whether or not the Dropbox had actually synced and was up to date. Although I already have a Dropbox, I found myself checking it on two different devices to make sure everything transfered. <br> <br>Kacey Nelson - English 313
The instructions are clear and thorough. The use of pictures was also very helpful. It's a little bit lengthy, but it is understandable.
Nice job with the instructions! For uploading files, it may be helpful to also illustrate how files can be uploaded via the internet, such as in the case if an individual does not have Dropbox installed on the computer. Efficient use of the image space.

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