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Dropbox 1.0.10 has been released – 10 months after the last release, 0.7.110, it’s finally past that important version 1!

Dropbox, for the uninitiated, is an excellent online file synchronisation service. Simply install a program on your desktop and drag files to your Dropbox folder. It will then be synced with any other computer that has the same software installed, and is also accessible via their website. You get 2GB of storage for free and you can pay modest amounts to increase this. There are also mobile phone applications available too.

And what a cracker of an update too – less resource hogging and able to cope with open documents , it has a plethora of new options too, including the ability to only sync certain folders on particular computers.

Get the full low down on the changes from The Dropbox Blog.