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SkyDrive screenshotsSkydrive is a file disk space and sharing solution that enables users to upload files to the computing cloud, then access them from a browser. It uses Windows Live Id to control access to the user's files, enabling them to keep the files private, share with contacts, or make the files public. Publicly-shared files do not require a Windows Live Id to access. The solution currently provides 25 Gb of no-cost individual disk space, with personal files limited to 50 Mb. See also SkyDrive alternatives

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Skydrive uses Windows Live Id to control access to the user's files, enabling them to keep the files private, share with contacts, or make the files public. Publicly-shared files do not require a Windows Live Id to access.

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The solution provides 25 Gb of no-cost individual disk space, with personal files limited to 100 Mb. The solution is built using HTML5 technologies, however, a Silverlight-based solution can be installed to enable drag-n-drop uploading from any Silverlight enabled browser such as Windows Explorer on a Windows machine or Safari on a Apple Macintosh computer. Up to five files can be uploaded each time if the solution has not been installed.

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On its launch, Windows Live Skydrive, known as Windows Live Directories at the time, was offered as a limited beta available to a few testers in the United States.

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