25 Apr 2012

Microsoft has released the SkyDrive desktop application for Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8.  It has also released a "preview client" for Mac OS X Lion users.

SkyDrive for Windows will allow the drag and drop of files up to 2GB in size to and from SkyDrive folders.  Similar to other cloud storage vendors, all files and SkyDrive content will be managed in a central folder that syncs with Microsoft's cloud storage.  Included now is the fetching files option that allows you to access, browse and stream files from a remote PC that is running the SkyDrive application.

If your an existing SkyDrive user and you still haven't claimed your free 25GB, after Microsoft reduced the space to 7GB, you can do so through this link.

Source:  blogs.technet.com

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