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Re: Stable Build 110.4.458

Stable Build 110.4.458

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Re: Stable Build 110.4.458

Helpful | Level 6

Does it work with Big Sur?

Re: Stable Build 110.4.458

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This release is compatible with Apple Silicon devices and MacOS Big Sur.

Re: Stable Build 110.4.458

Collaborator | Level 10

YAY !!

Re: Stable Build 110.4.458

Experienced Collaborator | Level 11

whats new in this version?

Re: Stable Build 110.4.458

Helpful | Level 6

Yay! This is the first build of Dropbox that appears to work on Apple Silicon Macs. Thank you, Dropbox. I was looking at switching to iCloud Drive for everything, but you came through!

Re: Stable Build 110.4.458

New member | Level 2

still running via rossetta 2 on M1 mac

 

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Re: Stable Build 110.4.458

Helpful | Level 6

But what about Windows on ARM?!

Re: Stable Build 110.4.458

Helpful | Level 6

I should note for the people asking about Window/Raspberry Pi ARM that Dropbox hasn't actually added support for ARM on the new Macs - Apple has added support for Dropbox (and other non-ARM applications) with Rosetta 2. That is, this Dropbox release isn't running on ARM, as far as I can tell, it's just running on Rosetta which is running on ARM.

 

I also have a Surface Pro X, so I'd like to see Dropbox on it, but that is sadly a different, albeit related. story.

Re: Stable Build 110.4.458

Collaborator | Level 10

Rosetta is meant to run intel apps on a M1, and it's really a great technology. 

and the M1 is soo fas you would hardly notice some difference. 

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