Dropbox sync will work
on EXT4 (unencrypted only, Linux), NTFS (Windows), APFS and HFS+
(both Mac OS).
pCloud might be a good alternative to
Dropbox. It’s hosted in Switzerland and cheaper.
Rclone is also an option, but more of a DIY
as you’d need to provide the backend storage.
Most of us use the default file system for their distro, so many
will be able to keep using Dropbox.
Nextcloud will be big in
as NEC are gonna make routers with Nextcloud pre-installed.
to be released in September is going to feature video authentication
for shared files and lots of other new features.
Play Windows Steam Games on Linux with
a fork of the Wine project. This could be
a game changer for desktop Linux adoption, especially as some games,
GTA V for example, show better
max fps on Proton than on Windows. Linux to the masses!