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    OneDrive’s long-lost “smart files” remain a distant memory, although we’re assured they’re returning some day.

    An anonymous poster below pointed me to this Dropbox announcement which says that, in spite of what I said in the InfoWorld article, Dropbox Smart Sync will work on Windows 7.

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      I suppose Google figures that the hardcore users are the ones shelling out the dough.

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      Hey Woody – you might want to check Dropbox’s announcement for Smart Sync – it does not appear to have the limitations your article suggested – Dropbox Blog

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