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Native Dropbox app drops onto the Windows 10 store

​Microsoft’s Windows 10 store is adding fresh stock all the time, and it’s just gained another big brand. Dropbox has released a universal app for tablets and PCs running the OS, upping the competition on the Redmond firm’s own OneDrive. The application supports several of Windows 10’s key features, including Windows Hello biometric security for those with the necessary hardware, and interactive desktop notifications.

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