Microsoft's users were hoping that Windows 8.1 would bring a couple of features that No. 8 lacked. And yes, a bunch of Windows 7-originating options have been restored. However, the company from Redmond has removed from its operating system numerous useful features that computer users were quite fond of.
One of the most important things to consider when looking for an online storage services is the allotted storage space. While all the services provide almost the same rudimentary functionality of data storage, they can vary greatly when it comes to speed. So, which is the fastest one?
Are you tired with Dropbox? Maybe you would like to go for an alternative solution, such as SkyDrive or SugarSync? Or maybe you got 50 GB extra on Box.com and you would like to move your data there? It's actually easier than it may seem!
Virtual hard disks are great tools for storing documents, videos, pictures and more. Unfortunately, the online storage you start with is not very impressive, that’s not cool if you have a reasonable amount of data to store. However, there are some free ways to increase the basic available storage. Here's a list of handy little tips to triple your storage without paying anything.
Although online cloud storage services like Dropbox, Google Drive, Microsoft SkyDrive, and SugarSyncare are extremely useful tools and quite reliable for data hosting, there are some complexities about them, that your private information stored there is always at stake as all your data is uploaded to their own servers. There might be some confidential data which you won`t feel comfortable storing on the outer servers, but still you may want to access that as you would do using any other devices.