SkyDrive Explorer Lets You Access SkyDrive From Windows Explorer
With the invent of Internet came an era where people started searching for information online. With the invent of Web 2.0 came an era where people started having the need for storing data online. There are lots of services which came up offering you GB’s of storage to store all your data on the web allowing you to access them from anywhere.
Recently Microsoft flagged off the Windows Live Services which in its basic form simply wants to provide you with a Live experience for your daily needs. Windows Live is a collection of various tools to make your daily computing easier and efficient.
One of those tools is SkyDrive, which provides with a mammoth 25GB of online storage space to store virtually anything you want. It has a web-based interface which allows you to access the content from anywhere. Go give it a try.
But being the ever-going lazy bugs which we are becoming now, people find it bugging to having to open the browser everytime to access the services. These are the people on whom the Software Industry relies on 😀 Seriously !! If they were active enough, they would need the pleothora of tools available for simplest of tasks of daily routine.
SkyDrive Explorer is a free, easy-to-use, but very powerful extension for Windows Explorer. With SkyDrive Explorer you can make any every-day operations with your documents from Microsoft Live SkyDrive™ service using Windows Explorer, as if they were on your computer. With SkyDrive Explorer, you can easily drag and drop documents from and to your SkyDrive account directly using your Windows Explorer.
SkyDrive Explorer supports features like Copy, Rename, Delete files and folders. You can also copy URL of the selected object(s) to the Clipboard.
In case if you are someone who still doesn’t use Skydrive, its time to get started. Also, don’t forget to download SkyDrive Explorer to make the most of your free 25 gb account.
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