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Another Microsoft Live service will be discontinued. Publishing photos to SkyDrive has been offered for a long time, but not many people knew of the options and few used it regularly. Now the Microsoft SkyDrive Team has announced that “we … Continue reading
Windows Live SkyDrive offers some awesome features but also aggravating complexity and annoying limits. It has evolved over time, the most recent update in June 2011 was a decidedly mixed bag (The new SkyDrive – Bouquets and Brickbats). The claim … Continue reading
It is easy to think that because of the tortuous URLs of SkyDrive albums and folders that this obscurity also provides privacy. Setting albums to “Everyone (public)” to make sharing easier does risk exposing them to uninvited eyes. Let me … Continue reading