Dropbox to end support for Windows XP from 26 June
"Dropbox is ending support for Windows XP and nudging people in the direction of Windows 10.
The Dropbox desktop app, at least the Windows XP version, will cease to be available for download from 26 June, according to a Dropbox post, at which point signing on or creating a new account will not be possible.
'On June 26, 2016, the Dropbox desktop app for Windows XP will no longer be available for download on dropbox.com. Signing in to an existing account or creating a new account will also no longer be possible on Windows XP.’
Users get a few weeks to get their documents and data in order, and can then switch to a version of Dropbox on Windows 10.”
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