Dropbox is one of the most popular cloud storage services available at the moment. The app allows you to store your files, be it images or media, in the cloud and access them on any other device they own using the dedicated apps for all popular platforms.
Dropbox for Windows has picked up a minor updates, which mostly focuses on bug fixes and improvements for users. The latest update bumps the software to version 3.6.2 and mainly improves the performance of the app by improving the start up time of the app as well as optimizing it for Windows 10 to improve your user-experience.
Over the past few days, the app has received a number of updates, but most of them were bug fixing updates and didn’t bring much in terms of new features. Yesterday, the folks at Dropbox improved the user interface of the app running on small Windows tablets while updating the app to version 3.6.1.