Download the free SkyDrive desktop app
With SkyDrive, get 7 GB of free storage to save class notes, photos, and other stuff in the cloud. You can access your stuff at
SkyDrive.com from any web browser. You can also fetch any file that is saved on your PC back home, so you never have to worry about forgetting something.
Make it even easier to get to your stuff when you download the
SkyDrive app for your Android, iPhone, or Windows Phone
With SkyDrive, you never have to convert from substandard formats to Word, Excel, or PowerPoint.
You can work on documents saved on SkyDrive using the free Office Web Apps right in your browser, or you can view and edit them using Office on your PC and Mac.
You can also collaborate on shared files and work online from the same document, at the same time.
Want to try collaborating with SkyDrive?
Learn how to import your Google docs and contacts.
Bad things happen sometimes: You lost your USB flash drive with your presentation on it. You accidentally left your laptop in the library for the night. Or, your computer died while working on a term paper.
By saving your files on SkyDrive, you can avoid all that stress and panic—and always access your info no matter what happens. Take a deep breath, log in to SkyDrive on another computer, and pick up right where you left off.
SkyDrive has plenty of space to store all your important files, and keep them safe from accidents. It comes with 7 GB of storage for free, which is more than the competition offers.
Share a single file or an entire folder with anyone—it doesn’t matter if they use a PC or Mac, or if they use Gmail or Outlook.com.
From homework assignments to lots of group project files, or entire photo albums from your trip abroad, you can easily share it with SkyDrive.
Get SkyDrive apps for Windows Phone, iOS, and Android.
It's simple to move your Google docs and contacts to SkyDrive.
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