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There are plenty of ways to upload code to Windows Azure, but tools like Team Foundation Service can be dauntingly unfamiliar. If you want a simpler option, you can now deploy sites from a much better-known environment: Dropbox.
Windows and Mac: Dropbox updated its desktop clients today to provide a more useful and attractive interface. Now you can not only see and quickly access recently synced files directly from the system tray (Windows) or menu bar (OS X), you can also accept shared folder invitations without the web interface.
There’s no issue with installing standard Dropbox on a regular Windows 8 machine. If you’d like to be able to browse your Dropbox folders in a modern-style Windows 8 environment, you can now install a Windows 8-specific app for viewing and accessing files — but weirdly, it doesn’t actually let you upload new files from your local hard drive.