Thursday, September 6, 2012

Dropbox - News

Since Monday, many users of the popular file storage service online are struggling to sync their files, or access their user account. A network problem is causing these slowdowns, just explain the co-founder of Dropbox.

Among the problems affecting the proper functioning of Dropbox seen since Monday: slow at synchronizing files among the Desktop application and online storage space users.

Some users also report having difficulty connecting to their account, according to several testimonies reported by TechCrunch.

Slowdowns on downloading files, they should not exceed one to two minutes, says Arash Ferdowsi, co-founder of Dropbox, a thread open discussion following the occurrence of these technical problems.

It also indicates that the Dropbox team was still trying to identify the origin of this morning failures that affect the operation of the service.


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