I did NOT ask for Backup feature.
Backup just came and messed with my Desktop, not asking for any authorization.
Every time I open Preferences then Backup, Manage, three folders (Desktop, Documents, Download), are already checked. Why???
Now, since every **bleep** morning when I turn on my PC the DropBox Backup asks me to backup two units, two Ram Disks that must NOT be touched at all, I really have enough.
How can I completely disable Backup feature?
Thanks in advance,
I thought I had been clear... every time I click on "Manage" in Backup tag, I find "Desktop", "Documents" and "Download" already checked.
- If I uncheck that, "Configure" button (I don't have it in english, sorry) is disabled and I cannot continue.
- If I just click on the button, instead, the Backup starts (!!!),
and now it just ruined my Desktop again!!!
Please just tell me how to disable backup for good.
If I deselect the three folders, the button in the lower left corner ("Configure", here) is automatically disabled; the right corner one is "Not now".
The bottom left button is probably "Set up" in english, although the application here is not in english.
The two ram disks are not external drives, they are ram disks. When I turn off my PC, they can be saved on disk or not, then they are re-created at startup, as it obviously happens for ram disks. Dropbox Backup, if I answered the ram disk must not be managed, just writes a file named ".dropbox.device" in it, and this is NOT desired.
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