Upload your data to the cloud and sync it for anywhere-access from any web browser or Dropbox-compatible device. Dropbox is cross-platform and available for Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS and Android.
Download and install Dropbox
Before downloading Dropbox, create an account and get 2 GB of free space by default. When installed, Dropbox appears as an icon in the system tray. It doesn't have an interface, Dropbox just installs a folder where you copy and move data to automatically store it online. To access your Dropbox from another device, just log in with your username and password.
If you don't want to install the desktop software, upload, manage and download your files from your web browser. But it's much more convenient and faster to have a desktop client installed if you download the content from another PC.
Get more space on your Dropbox account
If 2 GB isn't enough, pay $9.99 per month to boost your space up to 2 TB. Alternatively, invite friends (50 MB per referral), finish the Getting Started guide (250 MB) or contibute to the Dropbox Community forum.
Customize the Preferences menu
Enable or disable LAN sync and desktop notifications, add or unlink a PC to your Dropbox account, customize the download and upload rate, change proxy settings, etc.