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File Systems support and Adobe flash

File Systems support and Adobe flash

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And The Dropbox Forum calls me "new".


How funny.




Some of you may be laughing, but I'm not.


My name's Dan, & I'm 25 years old, Going on 26.


Don't smoke, Don't Drink, Drug free.


I've been with windows computers for over 20 years.


And yeah, I've got a question, for the Dropbox staff.


How is it, that you guys don't support other file systems?


I'm trying to move my Dropbox folder, over to my 1 Terra-byte SOLID STATE Drive.


And No, I'm Not Your Average Tech Guru.


I've Been Around, FOR YEARS.


I've not only played computer games, I've modded them as well.


I Only Play Single-Player Games.   I Don't Play Multi-Player ones.   They're just not my thing.


anyway, Enough small-talk.


Back to my question, How is it, that you guys don't support other file systems?


Here's Another Thing People like You Don't support Anymore - Adobe Flash, Along With old versions of windows.


I know old versions of windows can Get outdated, but shouldn't they still be computers nevertheless?


And Adobe Flash, One of the Greatest things that a lot of video files and media files actually REQUIRED to function properly.


Now, You're just like, "Oh no, let's throw those things Away because we're 'Afraid of change'."


And Now, It's Come Down To Dropbox.


What the hell is it with you people, as to where you just stop supporting things out of nowhere???????


That Type of sh*t makes me pissed off.


It's a FILE SYSTEM, not open surgery or rocket science.


So why the hell are you not supporting it?   The level of stupidity here, is Atrocious.   You remind me of JOE FREAKIN' BIDEN.


Get with the program, Dude.   Otherwise, I'll just start using a different cloud storage service.

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Re: File Systems support and Adobe flash

Hi @The_Not_So_Average_Tech_Guru, thanks for posting on the Community!

What version of Windows are you trying to run the Dropbox desktop application on?

Which file system did you want to have the Dropbox folder located?

Regarding Adobe Flash, as it is no longer supported by Adobe, for security implications, we no longer support it as well.

Keep me updated with any details.

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