Microsoft recently released Windows 8.1, an upgrade to Windows 8 which arrived with mixed reviews.
All you need to do to resolve this “blemish” is to open Windows Explorer, right click on Sky Drive in the left-hand pane of common folders, and click on “Make available offline”.
This should make sure that all your Sky Drive files will be synchronized Storing data remotely and syncing them across devices has never been so easy, especially if you're using Windows 8.1.
How you'll upgrade depends on which version of Windows you're upgrading from. An issue that I’ve personally experienced is reduced hardware support.
For one reason or another, Windows 8.1 changes something deep in the system that can affect drivers, resulting in unrecognized or malfunctioning hardware.
Sky Drive received a significant update, improving its integration with Windows and adding interesting new features.