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Windows 10 is slowly adding on more big-name universal apps. The most recent one of these is Dropbox, which includes some useful features to pull you away from the Web interface. The app looks sleek and minimal, taking advantage of Microsoft’s universal app platform (meaning it can be easily adapted to work on phones) for a minimal touch-friendly interface. The most interesting new feature is Windows Hello support, meaning you can basically secure your files with your face, fingerprint, or iris (depending on your device’s hardware). Using Windows Hello with my face, it’s a fair bit quicker than typing in my password every…

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