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Microsoft’s SkyDrive gets new photo and text editing features

By 21st Oct 2015Oct 18th, 2016No Comments

Microsoft is putting a lot of focus on SkyDrive at the moment.

SkyDrive.com now has the ability to measure the DPI scale of users’ devices. All photos and thumbnails, if stored on SkyDrive.com, will be shown in higher resolution, if this is supported by the user’s screen. It also now displays animated GIFS “in all their glory”, according to one of Microsoft’s blog posts and photo rotation inside the service is now possible too.
Sharing has also been improved – you no longer have only two options; save an entire file and its contents or only share individual photos one at a time.

Microsoft has added support for viewing and editing different text files in the browser, as well, which was only possible by using the free Word Web App before.

Follow this link for more on these updates.

 




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