When Microsoft chose to develop SkyDrive to compete with other cloud services, many users thought upgrading to Windows 8 would bring them closer to SkyDrive integration. This couldn’t have been further from the truth until now. Windows 8.1 brings true SkyDrive integration to the latest Windows OS. As the Web becomes increasingly cloud-centric, Windows 8 seemed to fall behind compared to other brands that seamlessly integrated the cloud into their products and services. Windows 8 merely let users take advantage of SkyDrive; Windows 8.1 fully integrates SkyDrive the way it should’ve been when users first upgraded or bought Windows 8.
Windows 7 sought to add features that made working with your operating system much easier. The addition of Libraries to Windows 7 was one way Microsoft planned to make this possible. Windows 7 Libraries allow you to reach across a network and centralize files, documents and more in a single Library. While your folders and files are still physically elsewhere on the network, they are accessible from the central Library you create. For example, if you want to put together a compilation of family movies, you could create a Windows 7 Library called Family Movies. Then, you tell that Library