Users of Windows SkyDrive take note: Windows SkyDrive has just been updated. As part of this update, your SkyDrive has been reduced from 25 GB to 7 GB (unless you have >7 GB of files already uploaded). For now, and until who knows when, users of SkyDrive who have had their account before April 22, 2012 will have the option to upgrade their SkyDrive (back) to 25GB for free, but you have to do something to get it. Navigate to your SkyDrive in any browser. You should see a banner above your file listing with a link to your free upgrade. If not, look for "Manage Storage" menu item on the left-hand side menues. You be put in the Manage storage page and under SkyDrive Free you should see a button "Free upgrade!" Click it. On the plus side, there are now 3 tiers or extra space (+20/+50/+100GB) you can purchase for actually a very reasonable rate ($10/$25/$50 per year). Note those prices are per year, most other services charge per month. There is also a new SkyDrive application they are offering. If you have used anything like Dropbox, SpiderOak or Live Mesh this operates very similarly. The application will synchronize the contents of your <username>/SkyDrive folder with the SkyDrive cloud drive. One advantage of this, though, is that these files are now as accessible as all the other files in SkyDrive to add/delete, move and edit. Previously Live Mesh put the synchronized files in a location where you could not do much with it, and was separate from the files you upload or edit in a browser. No longer, they are one and the same. Supported systems include Windows Vista, 7 & 8, Mac OS X (Lion), iPhone/iPad and Windows 7 Phone.