Tip & How-To about Microsoft Windows XP Professional

Turn your 25GB Sky Drive into a Virtual Drive use Gladinet.

There are several methods on the web like using Office 2010 with the WebDAV folders you need to use the Sky Drive Viewer its a bit complicated there are several websites that explain this better than I can

The easiest way is to use Gladinet, download the latest MSI version
and follow the instructions you will need to select which items you want to add to the virtual drive in this case Z:

You can also add a Virtual Drive for Amazon S3; Google Docs; Google Picasa and www.box.net this will give you 1GB FREE storage and can be used to backup your documents, you can claim more storage space by inviting more members to use the box.




Once you have selected which storage locations you want to included double click on one of them, this example is with Windows Sky Drive and input your login details



In order to use this FREE 25GB of online storage you must register for a Windows Live account HERE this will not only give you the Sky Drive but much more like Gmail and Messenger, Gladinet Professional version also allows upload of files greater than the 50MB limit set by the Windows Live interface.



If you use Total Commander from Christian Ghilsler and set up the configuration to show drive buttons you can use the mounted drive and ftp transfer to the Gladinet drive as simple as copy and paste OR select and F5 to copy




Starter Version MSI x86 (32bit) FREE

Professional Version MSI x86 (32bit) $39.99 (£26.19)
Educational Version MSI x86 (32bit) $21.00 (£13.75)
this version same link different serial half the price.!!!


Follow this great software on http://twitter.com/gladinet OR on facebook
check out my Gladinet Appreciation Club@Facebook


If you decide that Gladinet Cloud Desktop is not for you and you just want to view your files and folders you can either use the basic verison or download this great little FREE version SkyDrive Explorer this also comes with SkyDrive Explorer Professional version for mounting Virtual Drives.

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