How to Unlink a Computer from the Dropbox Website?

You can change the account on your computer which is linked to Dropbox. To do so, you need to unlink the computer from your account settings or desktop application preferences. To learn how to unlink a computer from the Dropbox website, check out the steps below.

Following are the steps to Unlink a Computer from the Dropbox Website:

  1. Go to & sign in to your account.
  2. Click your name located at the top-right of any page to open the account menu.
  3. Select "Settings" from the account menu.
  4. Select "Security" tab. You can click for a shortcut.
  5. Browse to the "Devices" section. You will see all the devices that you have linked to your Dropbox account.
  6. Click "X" for the computer which you want to unlink.

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