Microsoft’s Omar Shahine announced the new updates in a new article at the Windows Blog. Let’s dive in to the new features:

Improved sharing

SkyDrive provides many ways to share your files — Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, email, or just by creating a link. Now, all the sharing-related info tasks are unified in a single page, very similar to how Windows 8 shows notifications over the page.

Touch improvements

The future is all about touchscreen like we are starting to see more in Windows 8/RT devices. This also makes it a priority for cloud service providers to deliver the same flexibility to perform any task through a web browser with touch as when using a keyboard and mouse. In this update, the software giant has incorporated the ability to select one or multiple items by simply swiping on the file.

Better Drag-&-Drop

In this update, Microsoft is adding drag-and-drop support to the interface. Now it really feels like a native app.

The company is also saying that its cloud storage service has a hand full of new improvements that are invisible to the end-users, but they assure that will make the experience “faster and more reliable”. You can see all these new updates now by signing in to your account. Source Windows Blog All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.