Just not showing in context menu

first post: TestSolve wrote: HI, I cannot find this problem in an old post, so I am clearly an ...

latest post: Parvan wrote: I am experiencing the same issue.

From beggining with OneDrive...

first post: Locolopes wrote: I have a lot of folders/files synchronizing with SkyDrive and now w...

Destination Folder Access Denied error

first post: hmm wrote: When I try to sync a folder to SkyDrive using SkyShellEx, I get the...

Don't move original files, just create the link to them.

first post: robrodrigues wrote: AS said in the first "If you click on the menu item “Sync to SkyDri...

latest post: birybak wrote: Hello I have the same opinio as robrodrigues. I don't want move dat...

SkyDrive Pro

first post: lexoconnor wrote: Can SkyShellEx sync folders with SkyDrive Pro ranther than the stan...

latest post: bobby751 wrote: Hello, I tried SSX with SkyDrive unders Win7 and it works really we...

Sync a Mapped Drive with Skydrive

first post: mjlefeber wrote: Is there any way I can right click on a folder in a mapped network ...

latest post: bitdisaster wrote: Unfortunately no, not with SSX.

8.1 Consumer preview breaks Skyshell_64

first post: sjchmura wrote: Was running Win8 Pro x64 No problems Skydrive was on D:\skydive ...

latest post: Cureny wrote: Hi, im new here, Can someone help me with this? I haven't created/...

answered by: Brakefield wrote: Updated to 8.1 and after the reboot my computer slowed down to a ha...

Sync to specific Skydrive destination folder

first post: dokkie wrote: Hello there, this utility is exactly what I was looking for. Fantas...

latest post: cakira wrote: Edit: I'm sorry! I thought you were asking about the official SkyDr...

Version 1.2.1 no option for exisiting destination folders to merge or create side-by-side

first post: rreevesahccs wrote: OS: Win 7 Professional SP1 (x64) SkyDrive App: Version 2013 (Build...

sync shared folders to desktop?

first post: chriss1 wrote: Hi - really appreciate the developers efforts and generously sharin...

latest post: bitdisaster wrote: Look also into AeroFS. Haven't tried myself yet but sounds promising.