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SkyDrive is now OneDrive

KING.NET - SkyDrive to OneDriveMicrosoft formally changed SkyDrive to OneDrive. I've checked my personal account, it is now called OneDrive. And I received emails from Microsoft confirming the changed.

"Welcome to OneDrive, the one place to store and share your photos, videos, documents and other files-anywhere, on any device, free. Over the next few months, you may continue to see both SkyDrive and OneDrive throughout your experience, but don't worry! You'll still be able to access all of your files during the transition. OneDrive is everything you love about SkyDrive and more.

One place for all your photos and videos
Automatically capture and store your favorite photos and videos from your phone so you can get them from all your devices and easily share the ones you want.

One place for all your documents
Create and edit important Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote documents, store them all in one place, and access them on any device.

One place for all your devices
Access your OneDrive files from just about any device including PCs, tablets, Macs, Windows Phones, iPhones, Android devices, and more.

See what else OneDrive can do
Take a tour of the great new features in OneDrive and find out why it's the one place to store and share all of your favorite things." (Microsoft Email Announcement)

Learn more about OneDrive.

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