Fix Limit the Bandwidth Usage by OneDrive and Dropbox?

Jumping on the Bandwidth Wagon

Dropbox offers three different account types: Free, Pro and Business. Along with varying levels of storage capacity, they also offer different levels of bandwidth — the total amount of data that moves through your account due to uploading and downloading. Free accounts are limited to 20GB of bandwidth per day, while Pro and Business accounts are allowed up to 200GB per day.

Why am I seeing “Error 429”?

If you see “Error 429”, then the owner of the shared link or file request may have caused too much traffic. 


The Reasons for Dropbox Slow Upload

People would find it irritated when spending much of time uploading files to Dropbox, especially when they need to upload files on Dropbox to get something done. Why is Dropbox upload so slow? Here are some common reasons:

  • The bandwidth of Dropbox is limited. To avoid affecting the network connection, Dropbox limits its speed by default when uploading files: compared to the original speed, the upload speed here is at around 75%.
  • Problems in the network connection. If the network connection is not good, the upload speed on Dropbox will be slow.
  • Running multiple applications at the same time. If users operate many other applications when uploading files to Dropbox at the same time, the upload speed will be badly declined.


Dropbox is a well-known name for storing files bec

Dropbox is a well-known name for storing files because it is very easy to use. The user can download the app on their phone, get the desktop app from the official website, or use it on an internet browser. Dropbox offers a lot of storage to the user, and the user can even make multiple accounts to benefit from this service.

The first benefit of Dropbox is that it lets the user make folders of their files. The user can categorize their files, as per the nature of the file that helps them stay focused on organized. This further helps the person work efficiently.

Similar to OneDrive, the user can store and access their files from anywhere they want to. They can access Dropbox on their phone, desktop, and tablet as well.

Dropbox helps bring content together so that people can collaborate es. For example, if two people are working in different locations, they can still edit and share the same file. They won’t have to switch between apps, as they can edit their files directly in Dropbox.

As Dropbox can be accessed from multiple locations and on multiple devices, it helps the user work efficiently. In case someone uploads a file, the user will get a notification; this is why teachers ask their students to upload their assignments in Dropbox so that they know when the student has submitted their assignment.

There are many productivity tools in Dropbox, which allows the user to be more productive whenever they use the program.

Both these mediums are very helpful, and the user can easily decrease their bandwidth.

Who will see the banned link error message? 

When you receive a banned link error message, we’ll send a message to the email address registered to your account. Your links will be temporarily disabled, and anyone who tries to access them will see an error page instead of your files.

Multcloud Key Features

  • Cloud Transfer

    Cloud Transfer

    Transfer files in cloud drives, FTP and WebDav for easily file management and information delivery.

  • Cloud Sync

    Cloud Sync

    Sync two clouds or directories in two clouds through two-way sync or one-way sync.

  • Cloud Explorer

    Cloud Explorer

    Combine multiple cloud storages into one and manage them like in Windows explorer.