A new version of Windows 8.1 got leaked this morning, confirming that Microsoft has prepared several improvements for the RTM build of the operating system.
One of the updates concerns the built-in SkyDrive app
that now lets users change the location where all files are stored.
“You can change where files in this folder are stored to another place on this hard drive, another drive, or another computer
on your network,” the description of the new feature explains.
claims that interest for the dedicated options to change the default SkyDrive folder in Windows 8.1 has been very high ever since the Preview version of the OS update reached the web.
“Moving the location of where the files live in 8.1 - we definitely want to give you more choice. It was unfortunate that we couldn't get this into the Windows 8.1 Preview release but it is currently running in the build I have,” one member of
the SkyDrive development team said
in a recent AMA session on Reddit.