I finally bit the bullet; I’ve given up on OneDrive, and moved to Dropbox

This was a decision it took me a long time to arrive at, and was taken with some hesitation, but now it’s done, I have no regrets. I’d persisted trying to use Microsoft OneDrive for a long, long time, and it had made good sense to use it. My family and I have had an Office 365 Home Subscription for a couple of years, to provide us all with access to the various Microsoft Office products at a reasonable price across our various devices, and platforms – several Macs, several PCs and many iOS devices. And that includes a reasonably generous 1 Terabyte of OneDrive storage for each of our 5 family members.

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If you don’t have one, get yourself a password manager … now

For some time now, I’ve been using a password manager application, across multiple platforms, that I’ve found to be very effective. I’m not writing this post to specifically promote the particular application I use – it happens to be mSeven Software’s mSecure, which I’m very, very happy with, but as a call to action to those who don’t have one – go out and get one now. A recent experience that a friend had, has just demonstrated to me, just how important they are.

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