How to Transfer FilesPhotos from Dropbox to Computer


how do I transfer files, photos, pictures etc. from Dropbox to my computer or PC easily and quickly? This essay will show you a safe guide in steps.


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Why Need to Transfer Files from Dropbox to Computer?\r\nUsually, you need to put your all kinds of files like work documents, family photos/pictures, favorite videos, etc. on cloud drives (Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive and so on) for you do not have enough local storage to save them. However, sometimes, you also want to move your online files back to local devices such as computer, PC, ipad, phone, tablet, notebook, laptop, etc. for the following reasons:\r\n\r\nYou plan to move certain files from Dropbox to another cloud and take local as transit.\r\nYou are going to switch from Dropbox to other cloud drives.\r\nYou have to do some work on the docs shared by your colleagues to your Dropbox.\r\nYou prepare some movies to transfer them from Dropbox to local to watch on your trip while there is no Wi-Fi connection.\r\nYou still want a local copy of very important files for double insurance.\r\nMore…\r\nHow to Transfer Files from Dropbox to Computer?\r\nAs you all know, you can directly transfer pictures from Dropbox to computer. Yet, you can also transfer photos from dropbox to computer making use of sync feature of Dropbox desktop app.\r\n\r\nHow Do I Transfer Files from Dropbox to My Computer by Directly Downloading?\r\n1. Go to and sign in with your Dropbox account.\r\n\r\n2. Go to find the file you want to transfer to PC, click on More (three dots) on the right of the file column and choose Download.\r\n\r\nDownload from Dropbox Page\r\n\r\n3. Wait for it finishes. The time it takes to finish the downloading depends on how large the file is and how fast your network is. Finally, you can find the file on your local computer.\r\n\r\nTips:\r\n\r\nIf you have set a default location to save downloaded files from web, you can find the file you download there; if not, you may be asked to decide where to store the downloading file.\r\nYou can only download one file or one folder for one time. If you have many different kinds of files to be downloaded, you can create a temporary folder and put all target items in. Then, you just need to select Download for the temporary folder.\r\nFolder downloaded from Dropbox to PC is a compressed file. To view its contents, you need to firstly decompress it.\r\nHow to Transfer Files from Dropbox to PC Using Dropbox App?\r\nIf you already have installed Dropbox desktop application and set to sync target files from cloud to local, you can directly find what you want in Dropbox folder on your computer. If not, you have to first of all download it from its official webpage, install it on your computer and sign in your account to open it.\r\n\r\nDropbox Sign in\r\n\r\nThen, click on its icon on the right of the taskbar. A window will pop up; click Settings (gear icon) on its top right and choose Preferences.\r\n\r\nDropbox Preferences\r\n\r\nIn Dropbox Preferences window, go to Sync tab. Click Selective Sync button to find the files you want to transfer to your computer.\r\n\r\nDropbox Preferences Selective Sync\r\n\r\nTips:\r\n\r\nIf you have been using Dropbox app but not sync the target files before, you can select them to sync now.\r\nIf you do not want these files to keep synced to local in the future, you can unselect them when it finishes this time.\r\nTransfer Files from Dropbox to Computer on MultCloud Platform\r\nExcept for methods above, you can also transfer photos from Dropbox to PC on a platform provided by a FREE third party cloud drive management service called MultCloud.\r\n\r\nWhy need to rely on MultCloud?\r\nIn case you cannot enter Dropbox webpage for some reasons like it might have website crash for a while.\r\nDropbox desktop APP selective sync feature unable to connect.\r\nIf you download files to PC just for transit and you will then upload them to another cloud, you can directly transfer these files from Dropbox to target cloud on MultCloud.\r\nDropbox Selective Sync Unable to Connect\r\n\r\nHow to make use of MultCloud?\r\nTo make use of MultCloud, first of all, you need to create an account of it from its official website. Then, sign in your account to its platform.\r\n\r\nNext, add your Dropbox to its platform. On its Add Clouds tab, in the list of common cloud drives, select Dropbox. Then, just follow the guidance to finish adding Dropbox.\r\n\r\nAdd Dropbox\r\n\r\nWhen successfully added Dropbox, go to Cloud Explorer and choose Dropbox in the left menu. Then, you can do what you can just like in Dropbox webpage including download/upload files, create new folder, delete an item, rename a file/folder, copy/copy to or cut (move), share a photo/picture, etc.\r\n\r\nDropbox in MultCloud\r\n\r\nTip: MultCloud only allows you to download single file. You can’t download single folder with it.\r\n\r\nIf you want to migrate files from Dropbox to another cloud drive, you can directly transfer them from Dropbox to destination without first moving them to computer on MultCloud platform.\r\n\r\nTransfer Dropbox to Google Drive

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