Thursday, 20 February 2014

Microsoft Skydrive Now OneDrive

Yesterday, Microsoft changed the name of its cloud service platform from SkyDrive to OneDrive. With this new name, Microsoft aims to make it "as easy as possible" for users to get all their favourite stuff in one place that will be accessible in all devices and everywhere. The drive comes with free
7 GB storage and you can either buy more storage or refer friends to get up to 5 GB (in 500 MB increments) storage.

So, what's changed? Just name? Maybe a few other things. The service is now available across major devices and  platforms. It is also developed to automatically save your photos on it. Payment option has being made a bit flexible as it now allows for monthly payment plan.

To celebrate the official launch of OneDrive, Microsoft is giving 100,000 people 100 GB of free storage for 1 year. That’s 10 PB of free storage—enough storage space for a photo of everyone on the planet. If you want to be one of those 100,000, keep an eye on @OneDrive for clues.
For more details on how to get started, including step by step instructions, just visit


  1. Onedrive or skydrive
    still prefer skydrive...change is constant though