Make OneDrive your trusted file keeper. Formerly SkyDrive, OneDrive provides up to 7 GB of online file storage as part of the Microsoft services notably for new subscribers.
This online service allows users to upload and sync files on a cloud server. And with the Office Online included, you can easily create, edit and share documents regardless of the device you’re using whether PCs, Macs, tablets or mobile phones.
To start using the service, you need to have a Microsoft account to be able to sign in.
Easily store and share photos, videos, documents, and more—anywhere, on any device, free. A bonus is you can get 15 GB of free storage when you sign up.
Those who have been using SkyDrive previously can be sure that all of your files are now available in OneDrive. You can sign in and use them as usual.
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