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When you get change one platform to another, it’s difficult run the application. If you use Dropbox on Chrome operating system file manager is a regular issue, but when it comes to Chrome browser. We should think of it.

When you buy Chromebook, it means your cloud storage will be Google Drive as default. You have to accept there is no way to deal with Dropbox, the product completely packed with Google Drive. Either you want to access Dropbox, it only completes on the web through Chromebook. But using chrome extension your Dropbox can integrate easily on Chrome OS. The site CNET pointed out how to deal with them.

Here you can find the very briefly:

* Open Chromebook–>File Manager–>Launcher button at the corner of the left and Click Files

* In the left panel, you can find Google Drive and Downloads. And these have a files and folders which are stored on Google Drive and your local computer. Along with, you can include Dropbox with a support Chrome extension.

First, you need to install the File System for Dropbox from Chrome Web Store. This extension was developed by Yolchiro Tanaka.

Once you have installed the extension you need to prompt the access to Dropbox account. You can use drag and drop the files and folder from Google Drive or Downloads to Dropbox. This extension doesn’t allow your offline connection, but the cloud mounted with restart and shutdown.

That’s it.

Source: File System Dropbox Via: CNET

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