Your web drive SkyDrive offers 25 GB of free storage that you can use from everywhere. However, uploading and accessing its contents from your web browser can get tiring. Unless you connect Windows Live SkyDrive to Windows Explorer.
The web office Google Docs will soon allow you to store any kind of files. Each file can take up to 250MB, and the total available space is 1GB. Up to now, you could only store Google Docs, PDFs and Picasa photos in Google’s cloud.
Talking about Windows Live always means talking about its users—the tech-savvy ones as well as the “normal” users. Today I am talking with Technogran, a ‘geeky grandma trying desperately to keep up with it all’, as she describes herself. She lives in the UK and likes Windows Live very much.
After a longer break, the summer edition of the series “Windows Live and You” is finally back. Today I will be talking with Lance Manasse, who lives in the United Kingdom and is also known by his nickname “Salem”. mynetx: Please tell me a bit about yourself. Is your life
This is the first interview in the Windows Live and You summer edition. I’m sure that my conversation with Frans-Willem Hardijzer, who developed the Messenger add-on StuffPlug, and is also known as “The Blasphemer”, will be especially interesting for you. mynetx: I find it great that you got some minutes
Opera Unite, released as Beta on 16 June, can transform any computer into a web server. How might the underlying idea this affect our daily web usage? Once upon a time, web servers were invented. These used to serve first static, then dynamic content to clients, to us. The basis
Ever wanted to meet an unofficial Microsoft Evangelist? Sean Bradford is one of them, and he has some interesting points on Messenger and the other Windows Live products. mynetx: Wonderful that you take some minutes to talk with me about Windows Live and You. Please tell me a bit about
What’s the site where you get Windows Live news first? — Probably your answer is “LiveSide”, and that has its reason. I had an interesting discussion with Kip Kniskern, who is one of the authors at LiveSide.net. mynetx: Please tell me a bit about yourself. Is your life directly or