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The New SkyDrive

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I am sure everyone out there at least got a @hotmail.com or @live.com. Ever heard of Microsoft Skydrive? It’s something similar to Dropbox, Sugarsync or BOX. Previously Microsoft Skydrive is giving free 25GB to their user. Now the revamped new Skydrive default free storage is reduced to 7GB.

Starting today, we are now offering:

7GB free for all new SkyDrive users. We chose 7GB as it provides enough space for over 99% of people to store their entire Office document library and share photos for several years, along with room for growth. To put things in perspective, 99.94% of SkyDrive customers today use 7GB or less – and 7GB is enough for over 20,000 Office documents or 7,000 photos. Since the current base of customers using SkyDrive tilts towards enthusiasts, we are confident that, as we expand the range of people using SkyDrive, this 7GB free limit will prove to be more than enough for even more people. (blog.msbn.com)

Quota Consumption (megabytes)

We know that many of you signed up for a service that offered 25GB, and some are already using more than 7GB of storage. So, starting today, for a limited time, any registered SkyDrive user *who has uploaded files to SkyDrive* as of April 22nd can opt in to keep 25GB of free storage while still getting all of the benefits of the new service. (For users who are already using more than 4GB as of April 1, we’ve automatically opted you in to 25GB of free storage to avoid any issues.) Just sign in here or view our FAQ.(blog.msdn.com)

Claimed my FREE 25GB SkyDrive Storage !

So what you waiting for? Go and grab your FREE 25GB storage back ! hehehehe

 

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How to Get Old Facebook Photo Viewer Back

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With so many people not-so-keen on the new Facebook Photo Viewer, it’s perhaps no surprise that there’s a now a way around it.

New Facebook Picture Viewer

To switch Facebook Photo Viewer back to classic view without that annoying black pop-up slideshow, All you have to do is to press the “F5” key (Windows) or “Ctrl+R” Key (Mac) on the the keyboard when viewing a photo in the new Photo Viewer layout. This will reload the page and you will be greeted with the classic Facebook Photo Viewer.

Old Facebook Picture Viewer

Alternatively, if you are using Google Chrome browser, there’s a handy-dandy extension that will sit and wait for you to visit Facebook photos and the spring into action. Now you’re no longer forced into the clunky view Zuckerberg and Co. seem to like so much.

Both of the above tips works flawlessly, and is surely a must-have for any frequent Facebook stalker!

Written by Alan Chai

February 20, 2011 at 10:41 am

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