The cloud does seem to be the place to be these days, and Microsoft certainly knows it. In fact, Microsoft has announced updates for their SkyDrive service which will target both Mac and Windows platforms. A new feature for Windows 8 Release Preview that is due early next month (next month, by the way, starts tomorrow, so it is shorter than it sounds) has been tested, where this will enable one to retrieve photos from just about any computer or machine that has SkyDrive installed. This will happen even if your cloud storage space is already at its maximum, although for most of us, chances are we have yet to maximize our 150,000 file limit. Microsoft has also promised power users additional good news by bumping up the file limit to 10 million files, all this without having to pay more or choose a plan that is different from the similar 7GB free/100GB paid limits.
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