11 Apr 2008

Free online storage with MSN SkyDrive

Good news for all of you guys who have an MSN, Windows Live or Hotmail account. In case you are not aware, Microsoft's Free online storage service known as SkyDrive has now increased the storage limit to 5Gb from 1Gb.

You have the option of keeping your files "personal", meaning that they are only meant for your eyes. You can also put them in the "Shared folder" to share with friends or in the "Public" that anyone can access.

The service is available in 38 countries/regions. In addition to Great Britain, India, and the U.S., it is now available in Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Denmark, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Finland, France, Guatemala, Honduras, Italy, Japan, Mexico, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Norway, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Puerto Rico, Portugal, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, and Turkey. Unfortunately Malaysia is not in the list as yet.

Do check out the SkyDrive team's blog for more information.

9 comments:

Schufafrei said...

I got this news already..Hmm MSN providing a good service. Thank you for your information

Kristian Liebrand said...

I guess gone are days when we use to have very little space online.Now many online sites have increased the storage space and MSN SkyDrive is one of them.

golf clubs said...

I didn't know the news. MSN is still alive i guess. But it is acting like dead for long.

free cupon said...

Online storage was my favorite...but I was very much disappointed with yahoo photo service when the closed it. I can't trust any service for free anymore.

Rasterbator said...

As a user, i feel great to see the service provider are keep improving they service.

zohaisx said...

Hmm.. Haven't tried this before yet. Well I guess more online storage space choice to choose from is better =D Cheers and thanks for the info.

Mark Klein said...

This is the invention of the growing technology. Earlier we used to carry our data in floppies but now there is no need to carry all these things. We can store all our data online and we can retrieve it any time we are in need of that data.

Liz Roberts said...

This is great news and I guess finally MSN has come up with something for its customers. I have a few friends who still use MSN and I have to share this information with them.

BackupMag said...

Hi, I love your blog. When I sighned in to my account in any office app, like word, then after you are sighed in to your Microsoft account it will recognize your skydrive account also and link up. but my skydrive pro 2013 still wont sync up....??? pro still doesn't pick up the library to sync to....
Best Wishes-
Barbara West

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