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Microsoft recently launching a new version of SkyDrive taking advantage of modern browsers and HTML5 to make SkyDrive faster, easier to navigate, and great for viewing photos. Microsoft is committed to making SkyDrive the best place to access your content from anywhere, collaborate on Office documents, and share photos with friends and family.
Updated SkyDrive includes speed boosts, a revamped UI, and improvements to photo viewing. New SkyDrive saves time on actions like clicking folders, from six to nine seconds down to 100 to 300 milliseconds. The updated software also features H.264 video playback, a navigation system similar to desktop browsing in Windows, and a single view for files, documents, and photos. Take a look at this video to see features of the new SkyDrive, built from the ground up for the modern web.
Are you a Windows Live and SkyDrive user? Have you seen an issue with the bad looking fonts all over at these services? Look image above to see what I am talking about. We have got an answer to that. Here is the fix.