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Every computer that's currently connected to your Dropbox account and syncing changes is listed on the administrative screen.
You can add a computer here (although it's generally easier to do so from the client side). You can also change the name of a computer to make it more descriptive.
That Unlink option ends the synchronization relationship between the client software on that computer and the Dropbox web folder. It doesn't delete the files from that computer, only prevents further updates from being made.
Dropbox deserves its reputation for ease of use. That usability is the direct result of this clean, uncluttered design.
The option to copy a link, to an entire gallery or to an individual photo, is new.
This gallery view lets you scroll through all the photos in a folder (galleries are only created if they're in a subfolder of the Dropbox Photos folder. You get a different view (and the ability to get a link) if you click to open a photo file directly from the file listings. That view doesn't include the row of navigation thumbnails shown here.
Dropbox is pushing its photo features hard, offering free, automatic storage upgrades if you upgrade lots of photos.