Dropbox plans Windows 8 touch support
Aditya Agarwal, Dropbox’s vice president of engineering
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PARIS — Dropbox plans to launch a version of its software that will let Windows 8 customers use the file-sharing service on the Microsoft’s new operating system.
“We are going to be launching our client app for Windows 8,” said Aditya Agarwal, Dropbox’s vice president of engineering, speaking at the LeWeb conference here. The software will of course work in the traditional desktop mode shared with earlier Windows versions, but also with the new touch-centric user interface of Windows 8 spotlighted…
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