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Author Topic: Prevent Storage downgrade to 7GB for Microsoft Skydrive  (Read 2063 times)

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(just in case - for I missed it and the idea of losing storage... Well: unbarable ;p)


"For Existing user who registered before April 22nd, your free storage space will be automatically reduced from the previously available 25 GB to 7 GB if you have not used more than 4 GB of SkyDrive storage as of April 1. But it is still possible to get back the 25gb storage  – if you have uploaded files to SkyDrive before April 22, 2012 and if you act now. Simply go to this link:
Enter your Windows Live ID and password to login. You will see storage plans and a free upgrade offer. Simply click on Free upgrade to upgrade your storage space from 7 GB 25 GB for free. This Free upgrade is available for a limited time only and is not available for new users."



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