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Microsoft to drop online drive storage

I know it is this week but what day? Guidance sought

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only dropping unlimited storage

Microsoft is another company that offered an unlimited product but if you use it as such, you are an abuser so they change the rules for everyone.

I think you can use up to 1tb for free. That is plenty for most.

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I know but..

I have a few at or just over. Want to move the excess to disc but wanted to know that date! Does anyone know?

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Another link.
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I'd opt out.

Lots of thought here. I think folk must not lean on cloud storage too hard. Here's a fellow you may know and his view.
http://www.cnet.com/news/woz-the-cloud-is-a-nightmare/

It's an OK thing but the space is not yours to control and is subject to outages, leaks, limits and rule changes out of your control.

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