Dropboxifier simplifies and streamlines the process of adding folders to Dropbox and creating symbolic links. It can fool applications into reading and writing directly from Dropbox. Saved games and profile data can be placed in Dropbox, a symbolic link (or junction point) put in its place, and external applications are none the wiser, so they will read and write directly to your Dropbox folder. Doing this on one PC is great since Dropbox itself is a fantastic online storage utility, but do this on more than one PC and suddenly all your machines are reading and writing to the same data.
[advt]In Dropboxifier, each entry is referred to as a “link” – short for symbolic links. Dropboxifier handles linking of multiple systems easily: simply add a link on one machine, and then go to your other machine and resolve the link so that Dropboxifier knows which folder needs to be linked. Simply follow the onscreen instructions. Unresolved links appear as red in the list, while resolved links are green.
Dropboxifier has no dependencies, so you can even put the single Dropboxifier executable into your Dropbox for some brain-busting Dropbox action.