Posts Tagged ‘SkyDrive’

SkyDrive, which is part of Microsoft’s Windows Live suite, is a service that allows users to store files online and share them with themselves or others. This can only be done officially through a web interface, yet there’s speculation that Microsoft might soon release a SkyDrive client for desktop and mobile platforms.

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Windows Live SkyDrive is Microsoft’s service that lets you store any file on a virtual online folder that can be as large as 25GB, all completely free of charge, and then access it from anywhere from any browser, PC or Mac. While Microsoft’s implementation works fine, there isn’t a clear way to get to those files from Windows 7 Explorer, but it is possible.

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With 25GB of free online storage, Windows Live SkyDrive is one of the most powerful online file hosting services available today. A recently released app which goes by the name of SkyAmp lets you utilize all that free space to stream music uploaded on SkyDrive on your Android smartphone.

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In his keynote address at MWC 2011 today, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer confirmed Multitasking, deep Twitter integration, SkyDrive, Internet Explorer 9 and Kinect support, all coming to Windows Phone 7 this year.

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