Do you store Office documents on Dropbox today?
With SkyDrive, you can view and edit Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote documents for free in your browser with Office Web Apps. You can even work with teammates on the same document, at the same time.
There’s also no more hassling with emailing documents back and forth when you use SkyDrive. You’ll all be working on the same version, which is always up to date, so you can avoid those annoying multiple versions, and the headaches that come with them.
Start using SkyDrive
You get more free storage right away—7 GB—with SkyDrive. If you ever need more storage, you can expand your SkyDrive to fit your needs. For example, you can add 20 GB to your SkyDrive, for a total of 27 GB, for just $10/year. That’s probably less than you spent on lunch.
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Sync files across your Windows and Mac devices with the greatest of ease with SkyDrive. Use the SkyDrive apps for accessing your files on Windows Phone, iOS, and Android.
As a bonus, if you have a Windows 8 or Windows RT device, all of your SkyDrive files are just there—no need to install another app or sign in to another account—when you sign in.
Even your other Windows Store apps provide seamless access to your SkyDrive files.
Here’s how to switch.
Once you’ve signed up with SkyDrive, it’s as easy as copying your current Dropbox files to SkyDrive so you’ve got them on all your devices.
Once everything’s there, just save to your SkyDrive folder, share with others, and check out SkyDrive.com for even more options.
Sign up for SkyDrive with any email address
Download SkyDrive for Windows or Mac
3. Copy or move your files from your Dropbox folder to your SkyDrive folder.
Check out SkyDrive features, like free Office Web Apps, simple sharing, and accessing your files from almost anywhere
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