How to Unlink Windows Computer from Dropbox Desktop Application?

You can easily unlink your Windows computer from Dropbox Desktop Application. To do this, you need to download and install 'Dropbox Desktop Application' on your computer. It creates a folder (Dropbox folder) on your systems hard drive. Click 'Dropbox' icon located on your system tray and then 'Gear' icon. Select 'Preferences' and then select 'Account' tab. Click 'Unlink This Dropbox...' button to unlink the windows computer from Dropbox desktop application. When you unlink your computer, it will prompt your to sign in again.

Following are the steps to Unlink Windows Computer from Dropbox Desktop Application:

  1. Go to & sign in to your account.
  2. Install "Dropbox desktop application" on your Windows computer. It creates a folder on your systems hard disk. The folder is named "Dropbox".
  3. Click "Dropbox" icon located on your system tray. Click on the arrow to show all system tray icons.
  4. Click "Gear" icon and select "Preferences..." from the menu.
  5. Select "Account" tab.
  6. Click "Unlink This Dropbox..." button.
  7. Click "Ok" button to confirm it.

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