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Increase you 'new' Skydrive storage capacity to 25GB - Free

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    Windows 7 x64 Ultimate/Windows 8.1/Linux

    Increase you 'new' Skydrive storage capacity to 25GB - Free

    If you've read Making personal cloud storage for Windows available anywhere, with the you'll have seen the storage capacity has been set at 7GB, However, it's a simple process to increase that capacity to 25GB.

    1. Go to -
    2. Download and install the Skydrive application
    3. Open the Skydrive application from the system tray
    4. Select Go to
    5. Select Manage Storege
    6. Select Free Upgrade.
    7. Done.
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    Nicely Spotted! Thanks for sharing Calico

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Increase you 'new' Skydrive storage capacity to 25GB - Free
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