Microsoft SkyDrive Moves Beyond Preview Stage

Microsoft announced this week that their SkyDrive cloud storage has moved beyond the preview stage with new updates to the service being deployed to end-users as early as this week. Updates include the new "Metro" or renamed  Modern UI interface. SkyDrive now provides users with up to 7 GB of cloud storage space for free, down from the original 25 GB, now just 20 GM will cost you $10 US per year and up to 100GM for $50 US per year. Read the full details of the update here.



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