When Windows Live SkyDrive first debuted in 2007, online storage was still a fairly new concept. Flash forward to 2011, and a lot more people use online storage to save photos, documents and any manner of digital files. And Microsoft’s free, online storage service — now simply named SkyDrive — needed a tech overhaul to improve performance and ease of use. Our sister site, Datamation.com takes a quick inventory of the changes to be found in the newer, modern SkyDrive.
Our sister site, Datamation.com takes a quick inventory of the changes to be found in the newer, modern SkyDrive.
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